Children often think they are somehow to blame for a parent’s imprisonment. Reassure your kids that you are in prison because of what you did, not because of anything they did. They are not to blame.
Jonathan will spend a lifetime trying to get back the precious moments a single bad decision cost him. Nearly 1 in 28 children has a father incarcerated. Incarceration and collateral consequences affect more than just those convicted of crime.
Everyone wants to see their kids. Prison Fellowship gave some incarcerated dads a chance to spend a whole day with them.
Books with well-written stories have the power to unlock a child's God-given imagination and create deep bonds between the child and their parent—even if that parent is behind bars.
Patterns of brokenness seem to pass through family generations, almost like an inheritance.