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Prison Fellowship International

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We have programs in prisons around the world that are proven to restore prisoners, help their families, and integrate them back into the community.
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10991

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In 2007 the United Nations General Assembly declared the World Day of Social Justice be commemorated annually on Feb. 20. COVID-19, in addition to conflict and climate change, has exacerbated the hardships vulnerable communities have faced these past two years, creating further imbalances in areas like health care, safety, housing, basic rights and more. In 2022, it is expected that 274 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection, which is the highest figure in decades. These factors have not dampened spirits though. We’ve seen an incredible rise in conversation, education and charitable giving toward social justice throughout the pandemic. According…

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Today there are more than 10 million prisoners worldwide who are locked away and forgotten. Prison Fellowship International (PFI) has two signature programs designed to bring hope and restoration to prisoners. The Prisoner’s Journey (TPJ), our in-prison evangelism and discipleship program, is now in 36 countries and 660 prisons inviting prisoners to meet Jesus. Already more than one million prisoners have received the invitation. Sycamore Tree Project (STP) is a cooperative process that allows willing prisoners and victims to meet and explore topics such as personal responsibility and making amends; this growing program is now in 9 countries and 233 prisons. In this photo, you’ll see a shared graduation ceremony for prisoners in Santa Marta Prison in Colombia, TPJ graduates on the left, and STP graduates on the right. So many lives on the path to restoration and redemption! From Carlos, a prisoner graduating from the TPJ course says, “In…