How the Inside Journal R&O edition was called into active duty and became essential reading for quarantined prisoners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Parents play a unique and irreplaceable role in their children’s lives. So how can incarcerated parents still actively fill that role from behind bars?
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we ask that you partner with us to share the hope of the Gospel with prisons on lockdown today
Make sure you and your loved one are ready for what's next with these three things to do before a prisoner's release date.
In this article from Inside Journal, Zachary Sewell shares three tips for prisoners who desire true freedom and repentance.
It's hard to count your blessings when you're coping with the day-to-day realities of prison. It's even harder during the holidays. But four prisoners have found several reasons to give thanks this year.
How does Prison Fellowship bring the light of the Gospel to some of the darkest places in prison? Through Inside Journal, Prison Fellowship’s prison newspaper that offers the incarcerated encouragement and advice.
Gilbert was raised in church but lived a double life as a gang member and drug dealer. When he was 21, his dealer turned on him. Betrayed, Gilbert’s world crumbled around him. Could his foundation in Christ give him a second chance?