Prison Fellowship and CrossWalk Center are partnering to place Houston-area Academy graduates in living-wage careers.
James received a sentence of 25 years to life behind bars. In the Academy, he has found a new reason to live—even if he’s never released.
Volunteer Nancy mentors women awaiting their release from prison. The incarcerated women, however, aren’t the only ones transformed by this mentorship.
Sammi’s faith and hope were fading fast. Then she joined Prison Fellowship Academy. Today, she isn’t the same woman who first walked into that Nebraska prison.
“I want so bad to help in the same way that I was helped.” Reentry can bring a whole new set of problems for returning citizens. Prison Fellowship Academy provides prisoners with the tools they need for reentry.
Incarcerated father Chris looked forward to seeing his family, but prison visits were usually awkward. Angel Tree helped to change that.
Roderick spent years addicted to crack cocaine and the lifestyle that came with it. In prison, everything changed. Now he’s a mentor, showing other men how to find freedom.
What made Lori a “perfect fit” for prison ministry wasn’t only her education or experience. It was a willingness to serve.
Quilts are made to warm the heart, not just the body. That’s why pastor Renae Calva partnered with a group of quilters to make blankets for 18 returning citizens.
A new, exclusive Facebook group allows Prison Fellowship Academy alumni to connect and support one another, even from afar.