Reaching the lost and forgotten
Aubrey is one of the first children registered into the Children of Prisoners Program (CPP) in Malawi. He lives in a small, rural village with his baby brother, his grandmother, and his mother.
In a recent interview, Dave Van Patten, COO of Prison Fellowship International, spoke about how APAC works by counteracting Brazilians’ preconceptions about crime.
Bible League International and Prison Fellowship International are partnering to develop solutions to the problems of crime and incarceration worldwide.
A reflection on the life of the father of restorative justice, Dr. Mario Ottoboni.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of our beloved Board Chair Ian Elliott.
Yvonne lost connection with both of her parents when they went to prison, but forging a connection with a caring supporter has changed her life.
Andy Corley joins Prison Fellowship International as our next President and CEO. Andy brings more than 30 years of leadership experience from global companies and start-ups, as well as a passion for Christian ministry, international travel, and people.
Nine-year-old Maria Jose, in Colombia, has a secret she can’t hide: She’s losing her hair, because of the chronic stress and separation anxiety of her father’s imprisonment. Learn how her recent visit with her father brought healing and hope.
For many girls in India, education is still a luxury. But 14-year-old Deepa is receiving so much more through Prison Fellowship International’s caring supporters.
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.
Prison Fellowship International announces a 40-month study to show the impact of Bible-based program, The Prisoner’s Journey, in prisons in Colombia, South Africa, and Nigeria.
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.