Prison Fellowship President & CEO James Ackerman today announced his transition from leading the ministry, effective June 30, 2024.
What does it mean for us to embrace God’s heart toward those impacted by the criminal justice system?
Justice is a picture of God’s love in action in a broken world. It reflects God’s heart and says, “All is not as it should be—but it should be made right.”
At Prison Fellowship, we don’t believe prison has to be the end of hope’s story. In fact, we know that prison can be the very place hope springs to life.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Prison Fellowship®, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, released the following statement after the United States Senate passed the Law Enforcement De-escalation Training Act of 2022 bipartisan legislation.
Prison Fellowship has released a Statement on the Michigan Faith Leader Support for Pretrial Reform.
Pastor Ray doesn’t believe prisoners are “just bad people.” So, he’s doing something about it. He's changing the narrative.
After his career in hardball politics ended in flames, Chuck Colson emerged as one of the most influential evangelical leaders of the twentieth century, influencing countless prisoners, public figures, and everyday citizens. When he found himself in hell, he kept on walking; and through his obedience, God turned an unmitigated disaster into an unbounded blessing.
Prison Fellowship sat down with Jeremy and Traci to talk about serving prisoners’ families through summer camp and year-round ministry.
Second chances for returning citizens make for safer communities.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Prison Fellowship®, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, released the following statement after the Biden administration’s announcement of 75 commutations and a set of twenty policy initiatives to promote access to economic opportunity for men and women who have left prison.
Kerensa Lockwood’s history in the criminal justice arena brought her to Warden Exchange. Now she’s using her background to bring positive change to corrections.
Extending a second chance can impact families for generations.
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This month's mail is from Bryanna, whose incarceration in Washington is about to end. Hear from Bryanna about her concerns for reentry.
When businesses hire people with a criminal record, communities thrive.
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