Prison Fellowship commissioned Barna Group to survey Christians in America about prison conditions and caring for prisoners. Here’s what we learned.
The recent film 'Just Mercy' is a classic underdog tale that will challenge moviegoers to stand up for justice, mercy, and grace. Set in 1990s Alabama, it tells the true story of Walter McMillian, a man sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit.
The United States has made progress implementing the FIRST STEP Act, but there is still work to be done.
The Justice Declaration Symposium trained pastors to be like first responders, running into the problem instead of away from it.
Matthew Charles had been out of prison for almost a year when the Court of Appeals ordered that he return to prison to serve out the rest of his original 35-year sentence. His story caught the nation’s attention, with hundreds demanding his release. Read on to discover the incredible story of Matthew’s journey.
Federal Bureau of Prisons scheduled to set free 3,100 prisoners on Friday, July 22, 2019, as a result of the FIRST STEP Act.
Prison Fellowship applauds President Donald J. Trump for signing the FIRST STEP Act into law.
Standing up to "soft on crime" rhetoric, Virginia is working to improve the way we respond to crime in the Commonwealth.
Does prison really ensure justice and maintain public safety? What is the relationship between incarceration and the economy in America?
Heather Rice-Minus, director of government affairs at Prison Fellowship®, joined Values & Capitalism's Meredith Schultz to discuss the core principles of restorative criminal justice reform and how Christians should act to advance it. Justice reform is a bipartisan issue in which the Church needs to be a partner and leader.