Greensboro Native and Almond Connection founder Sheena Beasley to receive 2021 Charles Colson Advocate of Hope Award.
From the halls of prison to the halls of government, Marlys has seen many sides of the criminal justice system. Now, she’s taking her advocacy to the next level.
Criminal justice issues such as policing and sentencing have been hot topics nationally over the last couple of years. Where do American Christians stand on these issues and others?
Prison Fellowship and Walmart are launching the Opportunity Kids Collaborative, a nationwide movement geared at connecting children in distressed communities of color to a network of support.
Unity and diversity are ordained by God from the very beginning of creation. Through the transformation of Jesus Christ, division gives way to community.
By his early 20s, Stanley Andrisse had a lengthy criminal history. The prosecutor said he would never make anything of his life. Stanley had other plans.
Prison Fellowship applauds the House of Representatives for passing the bipartisan EQUAL Act, addressing the crack powder cocaine disparity in sentencing.
Sheena helps returning citizens as a Prison Fellowship Justice Ambassador and runs a reentry organization in North Carolina. And she’s doing more than she ever imagined possible.
Prison Fellowship Issues Statements Regarding FBI Report Citing the Largest Single Year Increase in Homicide Crimes, Despite Decrease in Overall Crime Rate by 5 Percent from 2019
Prison Fellowship to award Lee and Louise Sundet the 2020 Charles Colson Legacy of Hope Award Tuesday in Minnetonka Beach, MN.
Prison Fellowship awarded the Bush Foundation Grant to assess and improve prison culture in North Dakota correctional facilities.
Over 50 years ago, Sharon Wichman Jones won gold and bronze medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Today she's achieving a new personal best through generosity.
Partnership with GTL to Restore Hope and Opportunity by Creating Good Citizenship
During Will’s incarceration, I learned how damaging prison culture can be. Some of our phone calls frightened me. I feared for his safety. And I kept thinking, “There has to be a better way.”
Prison Fellowship Academy volunteer John Markle has received an award from the state of Texas. We caught up with John to get a better sense of why he volunteers and why he can’t imagine stopping.