Prison Fellowship is working alongside lawmakers to raise up a voice for justice that restores. Let's reflect on what we have achieved together.
Prison Fellowship® believes seeking justice calls us to champion justice that restores both for individuals and for entire systems that have been broken. That’s why we advocate for a criminal justice system that prioritizes fairness, community safety, and rehabilitation.
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.
As a Prison Fellowship volunteer at Mabel Basset Correctional Center, Sharee’s walk in Christ has deepened more than she ever imagined.
Hobby Lobby joins Prison Fellowship to create a more restorative justice system in Oklahoma.
Carl sees prison more now than he ever did as a police officer. And because of an unlikely friendship, prison is one of his favorite places to be.
An in-prison sewing club—which includes several Prison Fellowship Academy® participants—is helping to protect Oklahoma City from COVID-19, one handmade mask at a time.
Why would a 40-something, single mom of two spend her days volunteering behind bars at a men’s prison?
Most of the people at the Church of Acts in Oklahoma City are coming from addiction, homelessness, or prison. Read what it’s like inside the self-proclaimed ‘church of liars, dreamers, and misfits,’ and why so many former prisoners are finding a home there.
Going on lockdown at a correctional facility can put the entire population—prisoners and correctional officers—on edge. In a world where it's, "Every man for himself!" can community thrive?
Tammy was surprised at the Academy participants’ dedication. “They began to truly care for one another, standing up for each other, encouraging one another. After all the conflict, I was so amazed and relieved.”
'I fell in love with [volunteering] right away, because there were people in there who needed me. A chance to make a difference—that's what I've been praying for my whole life.'
Pat knew God had called her to prison ministry, but the work was hard and long. And then God sent her Stan.