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Prisoners who began their time behind bars at a young age can be overwhelmed. Michael fought this battle, and won. http://bit.ly/1mOY8I3
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What's it like to visit prison for the first time? A PF intern tells her story, and the hope behind the walls. http://bit.ly/1pU468m
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An dont ever foeget its the small things in life that means thè most.
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"Our nation’s prisons and jails need a flood of grace."

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A former state att'y general and a former U.S. asst .att'y general say reducing incarceration will lead to less crime http://bit.ly/1nYsExc
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Hear @DailyFrancis talk about his love for prison ministry. #francischan

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Check out bob an patsy mecado ministries. They are the best keep it real. Sugar coating things will get u no place. Its one or the other.
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We believe that the U.S. incarcerates too many people at too high a cost. Now, a new study agrees. http://bit.ly/SQmsMc
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A program allowing incarcerated fathers to read stories to their kids lays the groundwork for family reconciliation. http://bit.ly/1mA2lxq
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Because of the love shown by others, one inmate in MN now knows that God has forgiven her and will never leave her. http://bit.ly/1yUWetl
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A student of The Urban Ministry Institute has written a powerful poem describing the Gospel revealed his life. http://bit.ly/1iCoOdU
Prisoners whose hearts and minds have been restored by Christ have a powerful transformation story to share, and TUMI encourages them to spread this Good News they have found. One TUMI student named Troy wrote a poem to portray how he's seen the Gospel revealed in his own life.
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A new report reveals that married biological fathers are more likely to protect women from violence. http://bit.ly/1w3chmt
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Mechanic Bryant Collins rescued a baby on the side of the road in Georgia. But there's more to the story. http://bit.ly/1uDoL1A
On Friday, June 13, auto mechanic Bryant Collins was driving down Highway 72 in Georgia when he saw something peculiar on the side of the road. "I had seen something out of the corner of my eye, and I thought it was a baby," Collins recounted. "I just ...
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Each year, about 700,000 prisoners are released. PF seeks to to prepare them for a life after prison. http://bit.ly/1qVYkUt
Through Prison Fellowship’s faith-based life-skills classes and reentry programs, God’s people have an open door to share the hope and freedom of Christ with hundreds of thousands of prisoners. As Prison Fellowship ends the fiscal year, will you help us reach incarcerated men and women through a fiscal year-end gift? To give a gift that will prepare prisoners for success on the outside, please visit, www.prisonfellowship.org.
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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.