Life’s pain makes some people brittle. But not Dawn Rodriguez. As a mom, she experienced the unimaginable—and the anguish has made her a safe place to land.
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.
Officer Dan remembers the day Jonathan showed up at the prison in a waist chain and leg irons, on his way to restrictive housing. They’ve crossed paths since then—and can’t believe how much has changed.
Brandon’s childhood was one steeped in drugs. He found hope and life years later when he discovered God had been for him all along.
Not all relationships survive incarceration. But thanks to the lessons Aaron is learning at the Academy, his bond with Tanya is stronger than ever.
Rick always had a heart for his daughter—he just didn’t know how to show it. Through the power of Christ, and help from Angel Tree, he soon learned how.
Rodney’s rock star dreams were shattered by addiction and incarceration. After finding new life in Christ, he now brings hope to prisoners through music.
Stephen had a bright future but lost everything to his addiction. Was he past the point of no return?
After escaping a potential life sentence behind bars, Mike was able to start over. The principles he learned helped him find his calling and bring freedom to others.
Torrance felt abandoned by his father and by God and turned to selling drugs to cope. Could he find the father he craved?
DaMarius was nervous the first time he went to camp. Then, he experienced something that changed his life forever.
He was staring down a life sentence. Now, he’s living free and serving others.
When Ashley's life turned out less than perfect, she used meth to mute her pain. That way of life led to rehab and then prison.
Hector tithed on the money he was making from his drug deals, believing that was enough. But God was after more than just Hector’s money.
First he was the victim—then he was the perpetrator. How could Dillon’s childhood of pain lead to anything but more brokenness?