Prison Fellowship International has partnered with the international development charity Tearfund International to produce a new edition of their Footsteps magazine on the topic of prisons.
At just 3 years old, Kunda was an outcast in his community. Neighbors mocked him and threw garbage in his yard. Now his home is a place of solace and acceptance, and his family’s faith has been strengthened.
Ten-year-old Dinesh, in Nepal, had no one to provide for him after his father went to prison. Now he’s reunited with his father, and knows the love of his Heavenly Father too.
Nehala, a child of a prisoner in India, demonstrates compassion to someone even less fortunate than herself.
Daddy’s father has been in prison for six years, and he has 13 more years to serve. Daddy’s mother depended on her husband to survive. They now have hope for the future.
After he listened to victims of crime and understood how their lives were impacted, Robert began seeing things in a whole new way.
As a young man, Thati experienced deep pain and anger that led to crime. But while in prison, he met Christ—and his real life journey began.