Roxanne's life of partying and drugs separated her from her family. While she was in prison she found her way to God and back to her children.
Robert hasn’t been in prison long. But prison didn’t take long to change Robert’s life.
He didn’t handle incarceration well at first. He knew he was in a bad spot and wasn’t sure how to cope. If it weren’t for the family he found behind bars, he would still be stuck in that negative mindset.
Prison Fellowship works with incarcerated men and women and their families all across the U.S. Learn more about the prison system and those affected by it.
"Letters from Inside" is a blog series featuring incarcerated women at Minnesota Correctional Facility–Shakopee, where Prison Fellowship® runs one of its Prison Fellowship Academy™ sites. Hear from women who are not only serving time for crimes but are now trying to live their lives for Jesus behind bars.
Alissa had no hope, no purpose, only a life of pain. In prison she learned that God made her for a purpose - to glorify Him.
I realize I've learned to have a victorious life out here. ... Sometimes it can get rough, but I go back to what they taught me.
It was already hot in Washington, D.C., on July 10, but justice advocates turned up the heat on lawmakers. Around 300 demonstrators flocked in from both coasts for the Families for Justice Reform NOW rally, sponsored by Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), Prison Fellowship®, and others.
Kim felt far from God and far from everyone else. The Prison Fellowship Academy™ changed everything.
When Isis' mom went to prison everything changed. Prison Fellowship and Angel Tree helped bring them back together.
Everyone wants to see their kids. Prison Fellowship gave some incarcerated dads a chance to spend a whole day with them.