Prison Fellowship is proud to release our Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report. The COVID-19 pandemic tried to shake us, but we found new ways to continue to serve all of those affected by crime and incarceration.
Even in a regular non-pandemic year, the separation from family can impact the mental health of men and women behind bars during the holidays.
“I want so bad to help in the same way that I was helped.” Reentry can bring a whole new set of problems for returning citizens. Prison Fellowship Academy provides prisoners with the tools they need for reentry.
From the ministry’s first-ever virtual Easter celebration to socially distanced Hope Events safely conducted outside the prison fence, Prison Fellowship is finding new ways to continue to bring the hope of the Gospel to incarcerated men and women.
“I was trapped in my own mindset. I was trapped into thinking that I had to be something that society said I had to be, instead of being what God said I was.”
“Although COVID-19 may have closed the doors of America's prisons, it couldn't shut out the hope of the Gospel.” Through Floodlight, a new Prison Fellowship program, inspirational and educational content is available to prisons across the nation.
Heroes Act includes additional funding for reentry, COVID-19 response, and allows entrepreneurs with a criminal past access to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Slam dunk legend Kenny Dobbs has made a name for himself in basketball, but his passion is helping at-risk kids get on the right track.
How the Inside Journal R&O edition was called into active duty and became essential reading for quarantined prisoners during the COVID-19 pandemic.