As a Prison Fellowship volunteer at Mabel Basset Correctional Center, Sharee’s walk in Christ has deepened more than she ever imagined.
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.
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.
White House Proclamation Recognizes Second Chance Month—An Effort by Prison Fellowship to Unlock Better Futures for Formerly Incarcerated People
Prison Fellowship is called to "remember those in prison"—including the oft-overlooked correctional officers.
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?
In prison, Brooke was drawn to the thrill of "the game" and seeing what she could get away with. She wanted to change—but would she?