“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 (NIV)
Over the years, Prison Fellowship Canada witnessed over and over again that walking the pathway from shame to hope is a solitary one for so many prisoners across Canada. Prison Fellowship Canada works with Canadian Christian communities to help bring the message of hope to incarcerated people. They are no longer alone in this journey. We walk with them throughout their incarceration and when they are released. This partnership of Canadians from coast to coast, committed to pray and give monthly is critical to ensuring that the pathway from shame to hope is not a solitary one for prisoners across Canada.
HOW YOUR REGULAR MONTHLY GIFT HELPS
- Your regular monthly gift ensures people seeking support can receive:
- Hope through ministry inside prison.
- Wholeness through restorative justice circles and victim/offender reconciliation. Community reintegration support.
- Transformed experiences through restorative justice training for corrections staff.
WHY GIVING MONTHLY MATTERS
- It’s Simple – Your contributions are automatically made month after month, making your sustaining support worry-free and easy.
- Greater Impact – By becoming a Pathway Partner, your faithful gift ensures Prison Fellowship Canada is present, day after day, consistently – impacting lives with the transformational message of Jesus Christ.
- You Go Behind the Scenes with Us – As we share exclusive Pathway Partner stories and updates, you’ll get an insider view on this critical work for those your gift directly impacts in-prison, or after their prison experience.
Quite simply, this work would not be sustainable without the support of monthly partners across the country.
Please, join us on the pathway to hope.
“A man who murdered someone found God in jail. When it was time to make a plea, because of his newfound faith, he was compelled to tell the truth and plead guilty. The prosecutor was astounded at this rare admission of truth and rehabilitation that the prosecutor himself decreased his initial sentence recommendation from 18 years to 8. By that time, the prisoner had already spent four years in jail and would be able to obtain release within a few months after sentencing. He gave up his freedom because he knew God would know the truth. I’m so glad that PFC chooses to be God’s instrument in a place that is so dismal, where everyone is cast out from society.”
Transform the life of an incarcerated person and their families today!
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