Prison Fellowship (PF)
- Where Drugs Often Merit Death, Singapore Ministries Offer New LifeMore than 70 percent of the country’s inmates are jailed for drug-related offenses. Christian groups seek to help them reenter society.
- Ukraine’s Prison Fellowship Extended to Russian POWsChuck Colson–linked ministry has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
- Prison Ministries Try to Break Back in After COVID-19Staffing shortages and ongoing pandemic restrictions have kept volunteers out—and left the incarcerated craving the kind of spiritual support they had before.
- Birth Behind Bars: Christians Fight ‘Cruel,’ Outdated Prison PoliciesMinistry efforts aim to induce change and offer care for the growing number of new moms separated from their babies due to incarceration.
- I Entered Prison a ‘Protestant.’ I Left a Christian.How a violent Northern Ireland loyalist became a pastor and an evangelist.Français
- The New Prison Ministry Lies in Bible EducationReligious programs, including evangelical schools, are a major force for good behind bars.
- Prisons Reopen to Ministry with Recent Visits from Lecrae and Justin BieberPrison Fellowship’s “Second Chance Month” corresponds with easing of pandemic restrictions at many facilities.
- A Crack in the System: How Unfair Drug Sentencing Laws Disrupt Racial JusticeIn the push for prison reform, Christians can stand against penalties that disproportionately affect minorities.
- Prison Fellowship Sells Colson’s Campus to Alliance Defending FreedomCOVID-19 accelerates ministry moves and shifts work arrangements.
- Which Is Worse: the Guilty Freed or the Innocent Punished?New study examines how your race and view of Scripture shape your answer.