News and Resources for Prisoners and their Families

Trump's Voter Suppression Efforts Have Begun

This piece originally appeared online at The New York Times.  Last Wednesday, Kris Kobach, the secretary of state of Kansas and the vice chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, wrote a letter to all 50 states, requesting that they send the commission the personal information of all registered voters. This includes full […]

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A Father, a Daughter, and Angel Tree

Cory first used pot when he was just five years old. It was an introduction that ultimately led to drug addiction, arrest, and incarceration. After serving his time, Cory became a father. He and his wife Melissa named their daughter Kyla. But even in his exciting new role as Dad, his old lifestyle didn‘t disappear. He returned to prison for […]

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Prison Fellowship Acquires Daughters of Destiny Prison Ministry

PRISON FELLOWSHIP EXPANDS OUTREACH TO INCARCERATED WOMEN Acquisition of Florida-Based Daughters of Destiny Allows Prison Fellowship Greater Opportunities to Reach Women Who Are Incarcerated or Have Reentered Their Communities After Prison WASHINGTON, D.C., July 5, 2017—Prison Fellowship® announced today it will broaden its ministry to incarcerated women through the acquisition of Daughters of Destiny. The […]

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How Trump Is Threatening the Constitution

This piece originally appeared on The Houston Chronicle.  A year ago, as the Republican Party was preparing to head to its convention in Cleveland to officially nominate Donald Trump for president, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) issued an analysis of Trump’s policy proposals. That analysis, “Donald Trump: A One-Man Constitutional Crisis,” concluded that his […]

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