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.
- 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.
- Remembering Charles Colson, a Man TransformedThe real story of how "Nixon's hatchet man" ended up in, out, and back in prison (and the White House), shaping a movement in the process.
- 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.
- Share the Gospel with Prisoners. Then Apply It to the System.Evangelicals are superb at the first task. To what extent do they embrace the second as well?
- Evangelicals Call for Police and Criminal Justice ReformNew initiative challenges churches and believers: “Scripture makes the pursuit of justice for our neighbors a mandatory part of the Christian life.”
- Je suis entré en prison « protestant ». J’en suis sorti chrétien.Comment un violent loyaliste d’Irlande du Nord est devenu pasteur et évangéliste.English
- Prison Fellowship Fights the 48,000 Forces Keeping Former Inmates from a Second ChanceBroad coalition launches awareness month to dismantle ‘second prison’ beyond bars.
- Which Is Worse: the Guilty Freed or the Innocent Punished?New study examines how your race and view of Scripture shape your answer.