Church on the Move to host Hope Event on Sunday evening, featuring Richard Acuna, Serena Steenjoldt, and live streamed into Roswell Correction Center.
The Albuquerque Business First journal recently asked its readers a probing question—would you hire someone who had just been released from prison?
Responses were predictably varied, with many respondents answering affirmatively. Those that did say they would hire a former prisoner typically cited the importance of second chances and a need to break the cycle of recidivism.
Jake Grant is an intern working with Justice Fellowship, the policy arm of Prison Fellowship. A version of this post appears on the Justice Fellowship website.
This summer, Americans for Tax Reform hosted a policy primer on civil asset forfeiture. The event featured two panels with speakers from the Coalition for Public Safety, Heritage Foundation, CATO Institute, Institute for Justice, American Conservative Union, and more.
God can use any church of any size to serve children with incarcerated parents.
- Advocacy & Reentry
- Angel Tree
- Families of Prisoners
- Prison Fellowship News & Updates
- Second Chance Month
Chris Cleveland smoked his first joint at age 12. He remembers because that year his father and mother finally divorced.