Part Two of Searching For a Happy Ending: 'I knew now that I was valuable, not in spite of my past but because of my past.'
Before co-founding the women’s prison ministry Daughters of Destiny with her husband Mel, Annie Goebel was looking for a happy ending in all the wrong places.
How a mom with a secret found freedom in prison.
Since 1980, the number of American women in prison has increased more than 700 percent. Can Corrections meet the needs of its growing female prison population?
With her arms bruised and her eyes sunken, Kellie hardly recognized her own reflection.
"I've known God throughout my life but never on an intimate level."
Inside Journal, Prison Fellowship's newspaper for prisoners, expands with a brand new quarterly edition exclusively for women in prison.
Crack cocaine. Prostitution. Murder. Lisa was running from a past haunted by her crimes. And the fear and guilt were overwhelming.