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Prison Fellowship AustraliaMonday, November 30th, 2020 at 5:05am
THERESA'S STORY | Hear about the impact Angel Tree can have in the life of a prisoner and their children, captured by our friends at Prison Fellowship England & Wales
"What you may see as just a small gift at Christmas ... is actually a seed that you can plant into somebodies life that could actually grow and bring change and freedom. You have the ability this Christmas to make a difference in not just one person's life - but a whole families life. So if you can do it - I ask you to do it." - Theresa, on the impact of Angel Tree
Here in Australia you can have the same impact - support Angel Tree today:
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Theresa's story - Angel Tree
This is Theresa's story. Struggling with addiction and abusive relationships, and with her children taken into care, she found herself in prison over Christm...
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Prison Fellowship AustraliaFriday, November 27th, 2020 at 4:42am
FLASHBACK FRIDAY | Jacquie's Story
Former Angel Tree gift recipient Jacquie tells her story and the impact Angel Tree had in her life. This Christmas your $30 Angel tree gift could have the same impact on a child's life.
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Prison Fellowship AustraliaThursday, November 26th, 2020 at 4:28am
2020 what a year!

Well in the midst of everything that has been happening around the world, and here in Australia, Prison Fellowship in Victoria is celebrating 40 years of ministry. One of the biggest challenges for any Christian ministry is to stay on course with their mission. It was a thrill to read the "Prison Fellowship of Australia Victorian Council - Newsletter No. 1 - December, 1980" and see that the answers to four questions remain basically the same after 40 years. The questions were;

- Who are we?
- What is our work?
- Why do we focus on prisons?
- How do we make contacts?

Stay in tune for further Victorian "posts from the past" as we go on a journey together, beginning 1980....
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