Just as God offers us a fresh start, we can offer a second chance to people with a criminal record. Here are 6 ways for your church to support second chances!
You can be the key to unlocking second chances for people who have faced their consequences, so they can flourish in society! Here are 7 ways to get started.
Prison Fellowship CEO James Ackerman on public speaking, butterflies, and the transformative work of Jesus revealed through Derek at a prison workshop.
Going to prison removed Reggie from his children’s lives, but Angel Tree has helped him reconnect as a father. Now he's helping other prisoners do the same.
Second chances for returning citizens make for safer communities.
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.
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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.
Mike Johnson couldn’t believe the man on the book cover was standing outside his cell. Thirty-seven years later, he still feels the impact of Chuck Colson’s words.
Quovadis and Jesse first met in prison. Twenty years later, the two sat down to reflect on their unlikely friendship.
Prison Fellowship has a long history of going behind bars at Easter.
With scripture, fitness, and advocacy, Justice Ambassador Scott Herman is building a better tomorrow in Minnesota.
This month's mail is from Barrett, incarcerated in Georgia. Barrett has a common request we hear at Prison Fellowship: the need for a Bible.
This month, we share a letter from incarcerated man Isidro. Hear in his own words how God knows what He is doing behind bars.
Former prisoner Kevin Bruno shares how racism, ignorance, and a lack of compassion can contribute to a violent culture behind bars.
Once a month, we will share letters from incarcerated men and women. Hear in their own words what life is like behind bars.
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