Prison Fellowship has a long history of going behind bars at Easter.
Prison Fellowship shares the Good News behind bars through hope events.
COVID-19 may have closed America’s prisons, but it can’t shut out the hope of the Jesus. We are seeing new and innovative ways developing to share the Gospel with the incarcerated.
For more than 40 years, Prison Fellowship has celebrated Easter behind bars with the incarcerated. This year, we are offering a virtual Easter event.
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This Easter, the name of Jesus will be proclaimed in some of the darkest corners of America.
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.
Writer Zoe Erler reflects on the miracle of Easter: how her questions are answered in the scars of Jesus Christ and in the faith of incarcerated Christians.
Noel is a talented artist in the Oregon Department of Corrections. He gave Prison Fellowship® permission to use these images of his artwork and told us what it's like to create art in prison.
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).
In 2 Corinthians 5:17, the Apostle Paul writes, "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!"
Over 3,000 prisoners at the Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, California, joined with Prison Fellowship staff and volunteers in celebrating Jesus’ victory over death on Easter weekend. Musicians, a comedian, and other performers entertained those assembled in the prison yard, while Pastor Tim Rolen shared the Good News of forgiveness through Jesus Christ.
On March 30, Prison Fellowship Vice President for Advocacy and Public Policy Craig DeRoche offered the closing prayer as part of the annual White House Easter celebration.