Sam Dye was comfortable, well paid, and in charge as a director at a large government agency. Then he answered an unexpected request that ultimately led him to prison ministry.
In the Prison Fellowship Academy, prisoners find a safe place to grow.
Todd Pierce uses his skills to bridle, bit, and saddle unbroken young horses at Hope Events for incarcerated people on prison yards nationwide.
It looked like COVID-19 would shut down a brand-new Academy. With so much at stake, would it be possible to get back on track?
Check in with us each week for an update on how the COVID-19 is affecting Prison Fellowship and correctional facilities - including our regularly updated map of impact on prisons in each state.
Behind bars, Jeff received a letter from his daughter’s mother. One thing she wrote stood out to him: “You are in so much trouble. Only God can save you now.”
Fred Mendrin paroled out of a California prison and keeps going back—to inspire men and women who remain behind bars. Fred is retiring from Prison Fellowship, so now what?
Prison Fellowship’s latest report, The Road to Redemption, examines how parole, earned time, and good time credits provide active forms of accountability and redemption.
During the most challenging time of their careers, chaplains looked to Prison Fellowship as they embraced new ways to serve the prisoners in their care.