Patty Colson reflects on how her husband's friendship with Tom Phillips changed the world.
Director of cultivation and engagement at Focus on the Family John McKeever shares what he has learned about God’s transforming power while volunteering with Prison Fellowship behind bars.
Prison ministry volunteers Dave and Judy McElyea reflect on decades of volunteer experience and how faith-based organizations can make a positive impact on prisons.
In this tribute to Chuck Colson, former prisoner Marty Angelo shares how Chuck Colson had a direct impact on his own life and transformation from disgraced producer to follower of Jesus Christ.
"Our outreach to the prisons can't overlook the families in our own church."
Going to prison was a harsh awakening for Audrey. She couldn't relate to the other prisoners, and felt as though she was trapped on an alien world.
This article was originally published in Prison Fellowship®'s Inside Journal®, a quarterly newspaper printed and distributed to corrections facilities across the country.
In the last year of his life, Chuck Colson, the founder of Prison Fellowship, re-visited Maxwell Federal Prison Camp near Montgomery, Alabama, where he served time in the 1970s.
Obedience can be a tough lesson to learn. Especially since our society upholds willfulness as a sign of strength. Willfulness can lead people to ruin, but there is Someone who is willing to forgive and forget. And He extends the offer of a better way to those who submit their will to His.
In Paul's letter to the Hebrews, he tells them to "See to it that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many" (12:15).