Aimee's plate is more than full as she raises four boys and works full time. But each Christmas, she plans a huge party to share the love she has received.
As a young adult, Stephen found direction and friendship through Prison Fellowship Angel Tree. Now he’s continuing the cycle of compassion.
Derek was in his living room when cops kicked the door in to arrest him. His family had watched him reach his rock bottom—and only one thing could pull him out.
Anthony was an angry son, then a desperate dad. Could he turn his restlessness into something good?
Patrick wanted to make his father proud. Losing him while he was in prison helped the former gang member find his true identity.
When Carlos went to prison, he believed that nothing could restore him—or his relationship with his son. Then something changed the course of their lives forever.
He used to run the streets. After prison, he was mayor of Leavenworth, Kansas. What happened in between is a story of unwavering hope.
Johnna’s arrest shattered life for her son and daughter. Could “the love factor” put the pieces back together—even from prison?
For many parents, incarceration means taking a back seat. But when it came to loving and teaching his daughter, Lazaro was tenacious.
Calvina skipped a night of sleep so her boys to play football with other kids in their situation. She had no idea that God would minister to her, too.
When it comes to facing adverse childhood experiences, Suzanna Jacobson doesn’t shy away. What happens when summer camp gets real about pain?
Christ Church New Bern realized they could do more for Angel Tree Kids in their area. First came Camp Hope. But God wasn't finished.
At an Angel Tree sports camp, two mothers forged an unexpected friendship ordained by God: “She was the reason I was there that day.”
Destiny’s journey started out with resentment. What changed during her 10 years as an Angel Tree kid?
Second Baytown Church faithfully serves Angel Tree families at Christmastime. What happens when God nudges them to do more?