On Aug. 16, nearly 30 boys and girls gathered around the entrance of the medium-security Avery Mitchell Correctional Facility in the beautiful mountains of Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to spend a day with someone they'd been missing lately: their incarcerated fathers.
Carey’s call to Christians asks us all to step outside our individual opinions on gun laws and gun rights to take a look at how we can reach out to people whose lives have been impacted by gun violence.
Robyn's son is in prison, but through mother-son art projects she is staying connected with him and encouraging him to use his talents for good.
While most children with a parent in prison wouldn't be able to afford attending a summer camp, church sponsorships allow the kids to get away from home and leave their worries behind.
Please pray that God will pave the way for Eric to return home to his daughter, and eventually, to return to prison as a volunteer to share his softball ministry.
Never underestimate what He can do with humble hearts totally surrendered to His plans and purposes for the world.
The message of our Savior’s power is just as applicable within the prison walls as it is in our communities.