Learn more about how Prison Fellowship International is working around the world to change the lives of prisoners, their victims, and their families for good.
More than 10 million prisoners worldwide are locked away and forgotten. To survive, they learn to protect themselves through the same means that got them into prison, perpetuating a culture of violence and retaliation. But there is a better—proven—way that is successfully making a difference.
The Prisoner's Journey takes a radically different approach to Bible study for prisoners. Prisoners discover Jesus was also a prisoner, and He understands what they feel—anger, fear, isolation, and abandonment.
Restorative Justice is a theory of justice which emphasizes repairing the harm caused by criminal behavior. It is best accomplished through cooperative processes that include all stakeholders. This can lead to transformation of people, relationships, and communities.
Read stories from around the world about the transformative impact that our national ministries are having in the lives of prisoners, their families, and the victims of crime.