Every person has dignity and potential. But 1 in 3 Americans has a criminal record, limiting their futures. Hear from former prisoners on life after prison, and join Prison Fellowship® as we unlock brighter futures for the 70 million Americans who have repaid their debt to society.
Even after years of service, Prison Fellowship volunteer Charlie Bench is still humbled by the move of God he’s seen in men and women's lives in prison.
Having taken a man’s life, Eddie thought his own was over. But when he put God first, he discovered the beauty of second chances.
When he was promoted to head manager, Brandon became responsible for hiring new employees. And he knew exactly the kind of people he wanted.
The TUMI House in San Diego is more than a transitional home. It’s a group of men learning how to live free, love God, and be a family.
As a boy, he envisioned money and protection—and joined a gang to find it. Could Martin learn a new way of seeing?
For years, the last thing Michelle wanted was transparency. She had way too much to hide. What would happen when God brought her secrets to light?
Behind bars, Jeff received a letter from his daughter’s mother. One thing she wrote stood out to him: “You are in so much trouble. Only God can save you now.”
Former bank robber Jesse Wiese thought grit, hard work, and integrity would be enough to open doors after his release from prison. He was wrong.
Damion wasn’t even wearing shoes the first time he sat in the back of a police car. By the time the young man got to prison, he had one goal: survive.
Caleb had chased the approval of others since he was a kid. He never dreamed his longing could lead to witnessing a murder and doing time.