Many people have asked me about my father’s casket. In this short video, my son Roy shares the story and we have footage of the casket being handmade by a convicted murderer named “Grasshopper” at Angola Prison in Louisiana.
Incarceration has a profound effect on the whole family of an offender. This year, Hillsong CityCare partnered with Prison Fellowship Australia-Victoria to provide 120 hampers to struggling families alongside Angel Tree presents, shining the hope and love of Jesus to prisoners' families!
With the start of December comes the age-old question: Michael Buble or Mariah Carey?!
In all your preparations for dinners and presents and celebrations, please remember the children across the country who will miss out on a present from their parent in prison. Just $30 can bring a message of hope to a child!
You can DONATE TODAY at prisonfellowship.org.au/donate
Prison Fellowship Australia shared Prison Fellowship Australia - Queensland's post — feeling festive.Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 at 12:10pm
Angel Tree gifts have been piling up at Prison Fellowship Australia - Queensland! And it’s thanks to donors like YOU that children with a parent in prison get to receive a present from their incarcerated parent!
Please keep sending in your support, so more children can experience God’s love through this simple act! Donate today at prisonfellowship.org.au/donate 🙌🙌
Feeling inspired? Join a Prison Fellowship SLAM team! You can have some fun while being an encouragement to people on the fringes of society - it's a win win - no matter if you're from Richmond or Adelaide!!
SLAM is an effective way of bringing the Gospel to people who would not be interested in church or other traditional Christian activities. Our SLAM program sends Prison Fellowship volunteers into prisons as soccer or basketball teams to play with inmates. Through sport, volunteers build relationship...
Thursday, June 28th, 2018 at 3:07pm And that's a wrap! A massive thank you to all who were part of the Tasmanian exhibition of Art From Inside 2018! See the coverage on Southern Cross News Tasmania last week.