It’s election year, but not all Americans are eligible to vote. Felony disenfranchisement continues to create second-class citizens out of returning neighbors struggling to rebuild their lives after paying their debt to society.
Returning citizens face numerous barriers to education. Karen Swanson, director of the Billy Graham Center’s Institute for Prison Ministries at Wheaton College, has five tips for colleges and universities that want to welcome former prisoners.
In this Easter message of second chances and redemption, Prison Fellowship president and CEO James Ackerman looks back at Charles Colson's legacy.
For 15 years, John Rush has built companies that offer supportive employment for people in need of a second chance. Today as the CEO of CleanTurn, he’s helping formerly incarcerated people thrive in the workplace.
Matthew Charles and Emily Colson were two featured speakers at the inaugural Second Chance Month Gala at the historic Watergate Hotel.
"I believe detours exist to lead you toward your ultimate destination."