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.
COVID-19 forced Blackburn Correctional Center to close its doors to visitors, but that didn’t stop dedicated volunteers and DOC staff from serving incarcerated men.
Create: New Beginnings, Prison Fellowship's unique restorative art program for incarcerated women, recently celebrated a graduation in Oklahoma.
An in-prison sewing club—which includes several Prison Fellowship Academy® participants—is helping to protect Oklahoma City from COVID-19, one handmade mask at a time.
Why would a 40-something, single mom of two spend her days volunteering behind bars at a men’s prison?
Deep transformation doesn't happen overnight. Prison Fellowship Academy participants develop and practice the biblically based values of Good Citizenship.
Prison Fellowship ended 2019 with 101 Academy sites established nationwide. We're seeing lives transformed behind bars, one story at a time.