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Open Doors in a Divided Land
How the House of Grace ministry sheds a light on the plight of ex-prisoners.
Prison Reforms for Drug Offenders Split Christian Leaders
Prison Fellowship and NAE favor new policies. Southern Baptists' ethics commission disagrees.
Detroit Students Restore Peace by Talking It Out
Some leaders say their city could become the first to practice restorative justice across the board.
Against the Stream
Chuck Colson had a prophetic voice because he first had a servant's heart.
Why Catholics and Evangelicals Can Be United Against Nihilism
Chuck Colson's vision for Christian unity and full-orbed reform lives on.
Prison Advocates on Federal Standards to End Prison Rape: Late and Incomplete
Justice Fellowship calls the Department of Justice's decision to exclude immigration facilities from new rules "outrageous."
Remembering Charles Colson, a Man Transformed
The 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.
Prison Fellowship founder says he doesn't want a pardon, but the Presidential Citizen Medal means a lot.
InnerChange ministry shuts down in Iowa after funding battle.
Second Chances at Life
698,000 inmates were released from prison in the last 12 months. Most will be behind bars again by 2009. How can we keep more from returning?
(A Bit Less) Positive About Potter
How Focus on the Family, Prison Fellowship, and others have—and haven't—changed their views about the books over the years.
Rx for Recidivism
Prison Fellowship president Mark Earley talks about challenges the ministry faces.
Ruling imperils faith-based programs around the country.
The future of Prison Fellowship's rehabilitation program, and other faith-based social services, are in the hands of an appeals court.
New Life in a Culture of Death
Hope for Colombia dwells inside its most lethal killing field - Bellavista Prison.
The Legacy of Prisoner 23226
Twenty-six years after leaving prison, Charles Colson has become one of America's most significant social reformers