Bobby calls it a privilege to “lead those in prison to a life-changing encounter with the one and only living God.”
Shine Adams is employing those society deems "unemployable" and giving them a hope for a new future.
This past Sunday was a time of great celebration at IFI. Eighteen formerly incarcerated men returned to the Carol Vance unit to graduate before their families and other program participants.
Last year, Bob celebrated his 90th birthday inside Minnesota's only level five maximum-security prison, Oak Park Heights. Bob has led Bible studies there since the late 1990s.
Please pray that Steve will continue to live his life for Jesus, and that God will give him many more opportunities to point others who are still in prison to the hope that he’s found.
Thanks to Prison Fellowship partners, men and women like Fernando are experiencing bright futures!
It is breathtaking to see the lengths followers of Christ will go to serve Him. We got a fresh reminder of this recently in Spokane.
“They say the truth sets you free, and it does,” reflects Audrey, “but first I had to go prison.”
Thirteen years ago, two journalists, one who had become pen pals with a prisoner on death row, created a book club called Free Minds in a D.C. jail. Today, about 940 juvenile prisoners have participated, and Free Minds has expanded outside of the jail, too, so members can continue to support one another through written word after release.
How can a man who spent years behind bars call himself “lucky”? It’s because God used Angel Tree to soften his heart.