Reaching the lost and forgotten
Andrew D. Corley, and Lácides Hernández recently had the honor of being guest speakers at the 2nd Annual Latin American Congress of Restorative Justice.
The Prisoner’s Journey® evangelism and discipleship program is changing hearts and minds across the globe. The program was recently implemented in the Caribbean region. Mitchum, a prisoner in the Caymen Islands, says before taking the eight-week course, he worried a...
Samuel in Colombia is no stranger to difficulty. At five years old, he faces physical challenges and developmental delays due to complications at birth that affected his brain.
In October 2019, India receive the heaviest monsoon rainfall in 25 years, leaving homes, shops, and hospitals waterlogged and many families in danger and displaced.
Cristihian was shocked by what happened when he started participating in The Prisoner’s Journey sessions in Uruguay. “My head had changed.”
As soon as Prison Fellowship Zambia learned of the COVID-19 pandemic, they realized the probable impact in Zambia and sprang into action.
Despite strict COVID-19 lockdown guidelines prohibiting staff or volunteers from entering prisons, the Gospel continues to reach prisoners in Nigeria.
For children like Melody, a school uniform can mean the difference between loneliness and a sense of belonging—something Melody desperately needs.
One of the most important things we do is help children and families maintain a connection to their incarcerated parent.
Prison Fellowship Uruguay is using a $500 gift to proteect prisoners from COVID-19 and support rehabilitation in their half-way house.
Lina will never forget the day her phone rang and the voice on the other end of the line told her, “Your husband has been arrested.” “Our life was once very stable,” says Lina. But from then on, everything changed.
Eleven-year-old So Orn’s life took a drastic turn when her father went to prison. Her mother was left to provide for So Orn and her grandparents alone. Then the unthinkable happened.