Changing Lives in Uruguay

Changing Lives in Uruguay

Cristihian Melo is a graduate of The Prisoner’s Journey program offered by Prison Fellowship Uruguay. He shares his story: “I was incarcerated in the Durazno Prison for 11 months. I agreed to attend the course when I was invited because I told myself that it would...
Fighting COVID In Zambia

Fighting COVID In Zambia

As soon as Prison Fellowship Zambia learned of the COVID-19 pandemic, they realized the probable impact in Zambia and sprang into action. Sensing an imminent lockdown, the staff wasted no time in organizing a food distribution for caregivers of children in the...
Gospel Reaches Nigerian Prisoners Despite Lockdown

Gospel Reaches Nigerian Prisoners Despite Lockdown

Despite strict COVID-19 lockdown guidelines prohibiting Prison Fellowship Nigeria staff or volunteers from entering prisons, the Gospel continues to reach prisoners in Nigeria through The Prisoner’s Journey evangelism and discipleship program and other initiatives....
The Difference a Uniform Makes

The Difference a Uniform Makes

Melody did not feel good about herself. Her mom noticed when her grades started dropping and she no longer wanted to go to school. At the tender age of 10, all Melody wanted was to fit in with her peers, but she says she felt different. Melody is different. She is the...
Fighting COVID-19 In Guatemala

Fighting COVID-19 In Guatemala

Despite not being allowed inside prisons during this time, prisoners in Guatemala are still able to participate in The Prisoner’s Journey program, an eight-week discipleship program based on the Gospel of Mark. The course is being delivered by trained internal...
Esther’s Dream Come True

Esther’s Dream Come True

One of the most important things we do is help children and families maintain a connection to their incarcerated parent. And nothing brings us more joy than when children, like 12-year-old Esther in Rwanda, and their parent reunite. In Rwanda, many challenges, such as...