A coffee shop. A former prisoner. A second chance. Michael realized ministry doesn’t always look like one person speaking at a pulpit, and a second chance can change everything.
Luis Centeno had served his time. Now he was getting out. But he soon discovered that being released from prison wasn’t the same as gaining his freedom. After his job search kept hitting dead ends, he decided to turn his hobby into a career.
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.
Where does one find a Bible in braille? Sean and his daughters had no idea where to start, but with God all things are possible.
Each time in prison was supposed to be her last. Jeannie understood why letters and phone calls to her son went unanswered.
For Anh, stepping into a California prison felt like the end of a long, dark road. She was stunned when a stranger told her the meaning of her name—and even more shocked when she discovered the secret to peace behind bars.
When Doug heard churches wanted to buy Christmas presents for his children, he thought it sounded like a prison scam. Was Angel Tree for real? Who would do something nice for a prisoner like him?
Create: New Beginnings is giving prisoners—and Prison Fellowship staff—a chance to experience God’s provision. “The weekend at Shakopee was a success … God was there, and He showed us His presence every minute.”
Raised by a drug dealer, Oscar had a wild childhood on the streets before he was incarcerated. After living under the influence for years, could Oscar become a positive leader in his community?