For too long, Deborah had sewn pain and destruction into her family. Could they finally find healing and restoration in Angel Tree?
Recognizing the need for second chances, Washington, D.C. has declared April 2018 as Second Chance Month.
In prison, making decisions isn't very difficult: make the right choice and you'll disappear into the crowd. But what happens when there's more than one 'right choice?'
This week, members of Prison Fellowship met with White House leaders and others to discuss prison reform, which continues to gain support from the White House.
During his first State of the Union address, President Trump declared that former inmates who have served their time deserve a second chance. America is ready for prison reform, but will Washington act?
Jordan Jeske understands the need for second chances. As a former drug addict and prisoner, he's had his fair share of struggles.
Meet Casey Irwin. She served time in three separate facilities for "a couple of drug possessions and a DUI or two." A self-proclaimed hermit, she didn't want help from others in staying clean. But when she ended up in Shakopee for 14 months, Casey knew something had to change.
"I try to do everything right and be on time ... And you think everything's going to go great, and then the next thing you know, boom."