Harley Blakeman, CEO and founder of HonestJobs, shares how businesses can support second chances and create safer communities.
A prison ministry pastor shares his heart for giving men and women the second chances they need to adapt to life after prison.
Reentry specialist Aaron Oda explains the barriers faced by men and women returning from prison—and gives tips on how a supportive community can help.
Just as God offers us a fresh start, we can offer a second chance to people with a criminal record. Here are 6 ways for your church to support second chances!
You can be the key to unlocking second chances for people who have faced their consequences, so they can flourish in society! Here are 7 ways to get started.
Faithful Christian communities are pivotal places for second chances. Join the conversation to find out how you can serve returning citizens.
Prison Fellowship and more than 700 partners recognize Second Chance Month to unlock better futures for formerly incarcerated people.
White House proclamation recognizes Second Chance Month—an effort spearheaded by Prison Fellowship to unlock better futures for formerly incarcerated people.
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.
White House Proclamation Recognizes Second Chance Month—An Effort by Prison Fellowship to Unlock Better Futures for Formerly Incarcerated People
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