Jeremy Hart was chasing the American Dream—until it became a nightmare, and he went to prison. Now he has new dreams and a life that have come full circle.
With her arms bruised and her eyes sunken, Kellie hardly recognized her own reflection.
Amanda wanted to see God move in prison. So she and several other prisoners decided to unite to change the culture around them.
Out of the streets, Denver's silver cowboy is rebuilding his life after addiction and incarceration.
The children were headed to the prison's gym where they would meet their incarcerated mothers for a day of fun and memory-making.
Did you know that in Arkansas it is against the law to mispronounce "Arkansas?" Or that in New Jersey it's illegal for a man to knit during fishing season?
In a back room at Denver Women's Correctional Facility (DWCF), five jet-black robes slip over prison uniforms.
Join Prison Fellowship® for our Second Chances 5K runs this April in Denver and St. Paul!