Prison Fellowship is working alongside lawmakers to raise up a voice for justice that restores. Let's reflect on what we have achieved together.
Kelly Simmons' fourth-grade teacher planted a seed in her to serve as an agent of change. Later, becoming a Justice Ambassador was a call she could not ignore.
You can be the key to unlocking second chances for people who have faced their consequences, so they can flourish in society! Here are 7 ways to get started.
Every January, lawmakers gather to do the work of creating law. Prison Fellowship staff, Justice Ambassadors, and grassroots advocates come alongside them to be a voice for justice that restores in states across the nation.
With scripture, fitness, and advocacy, Justice Ambassador Scott Herman is building a better tomorrow in Minnesota.
Funding to help equip Prison Fellowship's returning citizens and current Justice Ambassadors in becoming effective advocates.
From the halls of prison to the halls of government, Marlys has seen many sides of the criminal justice system. Now, she’s taking her advocacy to the next level.
Sheena helps returning citizens as a Prison Fellowship Justice Ambassador and runs a reentry organization in North Carolina. And she’s doing more than she ever imagined possible.
During Will’s incarceration, I learned how damaging prison culture can be. Some of our phone calls frightened me. I feared for his safety. And I kept thinking, “There has to be a better way.”
A state attorney said Robert would never change. But Robert’s story didn’t end in prison, and that surprised everyone—including him.
She witnessed her family and others being torn apart by incarceration. Now Erica is using her voice as a Justice Ambassador to help restore similar lives.