A coffee shop. A former prisoner. A second chance. Michael realized ministry doesn’t always look like one person speaking at a pulpit, and a second chance can change everything.
Second Chance Month raises awareness of social stigmas and legal restrictions barring returning citizens from living up to their full, God-given potential.
Follow us on Twitter at @JusticeReform each week as we discuss the many issues facing people with criminal records in America.
U.S. Senate resolution supports breaking down unnecessary barriers for people with criminal records.
Host a Second Chance Sunday this April and help create a church culture in which everyone feels free to embrace one another in Christ.
Caleb had chased the approval of others since he was a kid. He never dreamed his longing could lead to witnessing a murder and doing time.
White House Proclamation Recognizes Second Chance Month—An Effort by Prison Fellowship to Unlock Better Futures for Formerly Incarcerated People