For many, maintaining a relationship with a prisoner is complicated. Here are four resources for spouses and families affected by incarceration.
Learn more about the nation’s largest outreach to the children of prisoners and how a simple Christmas gift can have a positive influence on a child, family, and community.
Facing three years in prison, David could not possibly have imagined what God was about to do in his life and in the lives of his children.
Everyone wants to see their kids. Prison Fellowship gave some incarcerated dads a chance to spend a whole day with them.
Belinda's world was shaken when her father went to prison. Angel Tree and Prison Fellowship helped restore order and showed how hope shines through
'Prison has put a lot of pressure on me mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.'
Christmas can be complicated—but never more so than when you have a loved one behind bars.
Guest blogger Bethany McIlrath shares how teachers can influence at-risk children of the incarcerated for the better.
Guest blogger Terri Grothe shares how to tell a child their parent is incarcerated and how to have open communication between the child and caregiver.