Children of prisoners in Zimbabwe are celebrating after Prison Fellowship Zimbabwe successfully lobbied to overturn a prison visitation ban—a breakthrough decision for children of prisoners under the age of 18 who were not permitted to visit their parents in prison.
Ornella thought she would never forgive the prisoners who killed her family. Now she is teaching them about forgiveness.
Prison was the last place Deo wanted to visit after the Rwandan Genocide. Now he’s helping to heal a nation after tragedy.
Elina is a Rwandan Genocide survivor, who decided to forgive those who killed her family, and minister to them with Christ’s forgiveness.
Theoneste, in Rwanda, and his family could barely keep food on their table. Now, they have reassurance that nothing is impossible with God.
Serge and his brothers were helpless and alone, but now have hope, healing, and a second chance.
Opportune and her mother struggled alone, until our child sponsorship program helped show them that God and His people care for them.
Umutoni dreams of becoming a pilot, but when her father was sent to prison and her mom left her, her dreams were almost dashed. Now she’s working hard to make them come true.
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.