Every year, hundreds of thousands of prisoners are released and return to society, and they need a second chance. The Church should be a place where they can easily find support and encouragement.
Mom came home with a surprise one day, and Janise’s life changed forever.
We live in a broken society, but the Church is uniquely positioned to have a profound and lasting impact on the surrounding culture.
This Independence Day, fireworks will light up the sky accompanied by songs like "The Star-Spangled Banner." But while our national anthem declares us "the land of the free," we actually have more people behind bars than any other country on earth.
Hayden’s life collapsed the day his daddy went to prison. But today, Hayden is getting the love and support of caring Angel Tree volunteers and the church community where it all happens.
If you weren't able to participate in Angel Tree this season, you can still snag a glimpse of the difference the program is making in the lives of children with incarcerated parents.
Thank you to all of Angel Tree's partners, volunteers, and supporters who are sharing God's love with kids throughout the country this Christmas season!
With Christmas just a few weeks away, thousands of Angel Tree children are still unassigned. This means that boys and girls in your own community may not get to unwrap a gift from their mom or dad in prison and hear the Good News of our Savior. Will you help share the joy of God's greatest gift to us this season?
God can use any church of any size to serve children with incarcerated parents.
This past winter, Russell connected with another group of people who needed his help: the 2.7 million children in America with an incarcerated parent.
Your local Angel Tree program can change lives all year long as it helps your church create a supportive home for hurting families, where they can experience the transforming power of Christ.