Celebrate the holidays with Prison Fellowship's Christmas playlist on Spotify with songs chosen by current and former prisoners.
Unity and diversity are ordained by God from the very beginning of creation. Through the transformation of Jesus Christ, division gives way to community.
As a Prison Fellowship volunteer at Mabel Basset Correctional Center, Sharee’s walk in Christ has deepened more than she ever imagined.
Chris Hendry led a cultural change as warden of a Florida prison. Now, he's the national director of the program that helped his former facility thrive.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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Joe Avila has met celebrities and helped start programs that reach thousands. But as he nears retirement, he says his greatest achievement is simple.