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Bobby started a 10-year #prison sentence just as his son was born. #AngelTree helped keep them connected: http://ow.ly/PpjhO
Bobby calls it a privilege to “lead those in prison to a life-changing encounter with the one and only living God.”
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Happy #IndependenceDay from Prison Fellowship!
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On this #MemorialDay, let's remember those who have fought and fallen for our country. John 15:13 #honor
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On this @nationalprayer Day, will you lift up America's families impacted by crime & incarceration? http://ow.ly/MECJl #pray
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Find out how you can encourage your senators to support second chances for prisoners. http://bit.ly/1pjTptv
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Restoring prisoners and their families is a BIG task. But we serve an even bigger God. http://bit.ly/1m949ja
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A dedicated group of #fathers in #LA are working to help neighborhood #dads do better: http://ow.ly/PhRKM @project_father
A dedicated group of fathers in Los Angeles is working to help neighborhood dads do better by their children and their community.
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By age 15, Arthur lived on the streets and turned to #crime to survive. But God has redeemed his life! Watch: youtu.be/bDR5rvIJUsc
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When we find ourselves in a desperate place, God can carry the weight of our burdens for us. That's how powerful prayer is! We invite you to join Prison Fellowship's online community of prayer warriors as we pray for prisoners, former prisoners, and their families: http://ow.ly/MF6rR
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Angel Tree supporters reach out to two preschool boys and turn their hearts to their parents. http://bit.ly/1u6Ovrx
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thank you angel tree for making my daughter christmas more happy even if he dad isnt here to celebrate christmas with her she knows he hes think about her
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the best way to foster morality is to remind people of their humanity. http://bit.ly/1qcV8AS
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A football camp featuring former professional players and coaches lifts up the kids of incarcerated parents. http://bit.ly/1osXAnh
Prisoners' children are experiencing God's love all year long through summer camps, mentoring relationships, and an exciting annual event called the Angel Tree Football Clinic.
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Fulfilling the Great Commission among prisoners and their families.
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“Remember those in prison,” the Bible tells us. Why? Because God’s gift of forgiveness and hope extends to those behind bars. No matter what they’ve done, no matter how far they’ve fallen.

“Visit those in prison,” Jesus says. Why? Because that’s where we’ll find Him. “Whatever you do for the least of these brothers of mine, you do for me.”

Jesus had this surprising habit of hanging out with the “losers” of society—the ones other people looked down on. He didn’t just see their failures. He saw their pain . . . and their potential. And He offered them what they needed—forgiveness and new life.

What about you? Are you willing to follow in those footsteps? To forget the stereotypes and help build new futures for those behind bars? To remember that you, too, were trapped in your own kind of prison once, until Jesus came looking for you?

Connect with Prison Fellowship, a national ministry that remembers and serves those that our society often scorns and neglects: prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families.