Prison Fellowship International

We help restore justice and healing to families and communities in response to crime.

Prison Fellowship International is the world's largest and most extensive criminal justice ministry.

Controller commends prison decongestion, justice sector reforms

Nigerian prisons see some overcrowding relief. The Deputy Controller in-charge of Ikoyi Prisons, Mr. Julius Ezugwu has commended the Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA) and its...

Redemption and salvation are only the first steps of the Christian journey. Discipleship is the long road where relationship and understanding develops and matures.

"Love each other as I have loved you." -Jesus

Thank you for partnering with us to bring Christ's #love, #joy, #peace, and #hope to the world's most vulnerable people. This #Easter may you also experience these abundant blessings.

We know first-hand how desperate men and women serving time in prison are to find hope and meaning and dignity. Our in-prison program, The Prisoner’s Journey, combats this in tremendous and unexpected ways, and continually reveals God’s hand at redeeming the lives and circumstances of prisoners and victims of crime.

DINESH | Nepal | Prison Fellowship International

Ten-year-old Dinesh's family is now reunited after his father served time in prison, and they're doing really well. Dinesh is excited to have his father home and the family is building goals and dreams for their future together. This is our mission as you help us support these vulnerable families: to stand in the gap when things are tough, and then to help them stand on their own. Read Dinesh's story. Ten-year-old Dinesh, in Nepal, had no one to provide for him after his father went to prison. His relatives rejected him and his mother—they refused to help or even speak to them. With no income and no support, life seemed hopeless and Dinesh felt like no one cared about him.

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." -Proverbs 3:5–6

This week we had the special treat of a private concert with Jason Gray, who's been partnering with us to care for children of prisoners. Our regional directors also shared stories of children we're caring for in their regions. And Jason played his new hit Sparrows just for Tobey--the youngest (and cutest) member of our team here. Pray with us as we continue to raise awareness of the plight of these precious children, and find more willing partners and sponsors to help care for them!





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