Check out how America has come together over the past two years to support those effected by crime and incarceration.
We sat down with the Prison Fellowship's video production team—Topher Hall, Drew Darby, Chad Prince, and Emily Andrews—for a behind-the-scenes look at what they learned making the film.
For returning citizens, reentry can be a second prison. In Prison Fellowship's new documentary, three former prisoners share their journeys.
Can chasing the good life bring fulfillment? J. Kana shares how his incarceration redefined his understanding of success.
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.
On April 25 Geoff Ables and others will start off on the first-ever Second Chance Ride—a motorcycle ride to raise awareness about obstacles faced by the 1 in 3 American adults with a criminal record.
God is patient in giving us second chances—and not just one, but continual second chances.
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.
'Through God's faithfulness in our lives, we're allowed to serve Him out here.'
Matthew Charles and Emily Colson were two featured speakers at the inaugural Second Chance Month Gala at the historic Watergate Hotel.
'This is a glimpse of God's story—God's transforming power through organizations like Prison Fellowship.'
Historic Watergate revisited for third annual Second Chance Month.
Celebrate the first Prison Fellowship Academy graduation with the men from cellblock 350B.
The FIRST STEP Act is now law, but how will it affect America’s incarcerated? And what are our next steps?
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