Jon Kelly is walking on eggshells. “What’s the point of freeing men and women if we restrict them so much that they can’t be productive?”
Former prisoner Kevin Bruno shares how racism, ignorance, and a lack of compassion can contribute to a violent culture behind bars.
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.
So, you’re excited for that new job. You’ve got the qualifications. It’s all coming together—until one thing makes the opportunity fall apart.
For Susan Nutt, the very worst time to volunteer turned out to be exactly right. Her cancer was progressing—could she really find time for prison ministry?
Parole and credit policies can ensure proportional punishment is served while also offering an active and intentional pathway to redemption.
For more than 40 years, Prison Fellowship has celebrated Easter behind bars with the incarcerated. This year, we are offering a virtual Easter event.
Joe was ashamed when he was arrested in front of his daughters. And then Angel Tree—a unique prison ministry to the children of prisoners—stepped in.
After her addiction sent her to prison, Amber knew she needed help. But recovery programs just didn’t seem to work. She needed something more. She needed a deeper relationship. She needed the Gospel.