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Equips churches to strengthen relationships between incarcerated parents and children year-round.
Bringing joy (and presents) to Angel Tree families
Bringing joy (and presents) to Angel Tree families Anna’s Kindness volunteers gave the gift of service at this year’s annual Angel Tree Prison Fellowship Ministry Christmas party for children of incarcerated parents.
Children of incarcerated parents get gifts
“Seeing the joy on children’s faces when they get a gift from their parent in prison is Christmas for me.”
Children of incarcerated parents get gifts HICKORY — For many years, United Way agency Exodus Homes has received applications for Christmas gifts for children of incarcerated parents in prison through Prison Fellowship, a national organization that
God So Loved a Bank Robber: The ‘Mind-Boggling’ Origins and Ongoing Impact of Angel Tree
As Prison Fellowship Angel Tree turns 40, the legacy of one former safecracker named Mary Kay Beard is irrefutable proof of the potential that’s behind bars, just waiting to come to light.
God So Loved a Bank Robber: The ‘Mind-Boggling’ Origins and Ongoing Impact of Angel Tree As Prison Fellowship Angel Tree turns 40, the legacy of Mary Kay Beard is irrefutable proof of the potential that’s behind bars.
Savannah church teaming up with Angel Tree Ministries to provide gifts for 60 kids
“Some kids are ashamed, but they come here and they get to see other children that has a loved one who is incarcerated and we have a fellowship afterwards so they get to talk to each other.”
Savannah church teaming up with Angel Tree Ministries to provide gifts for 60 kids It was a special day for some at one Savannah church Saturday evening. It’s not your typical toy giveaway. These kids all have loved ones who are incarcerated.
Groups help strengthen family bonds between prison inmates, their children
"Angel Tree will be giving presents to more than 110 young people in Chaves County with parents behind bars. There will be a celebration Friday at the church during which time presents will be distributed. Youth unable to attend will have their gifts delivered to them."
Groups help strengthen family bonds between prison inmates, their children Youth with parents serving time in prison often struggle.
Connecting incarcerated parents and their kids, one gift and letter at a time - WTOP News
"... the letters usually contain wishes for a Merry Christmas and parents may share plans that they have for each child’s future. But, ... the three most important words in each letter are, 'I love you.'”
Connecting incarcerated parents and their kids, one gift and letter at a time - WTOP News The Prison Fellowship Angel Tree program tries to ease the burden that families face when a mother or father is in prison.
Children receive gifts from incarcerated loved ones | PHOTOS
Check out these photos from Baltimore this weekend at Ray of Hope Baptist Church!
Children receive gifts from incarcerated loved ones | PHOTOS Angel Tree dinner program via Prison Fellowship Ministries, at Ray of Hope Baptist Church.
“I cannot tell you what a blessing your program has been for me and my family all these years that I have been in prison and away from my family. Through you, every Christmas my daughter wakes up knowing that her dad loves her even though I am not there. Thank you from the deepest depths of my heart.”
Making Christmas possible for kids who have an incarcerated parent
Making Christmas possible for kids who have an incarcerated parent The Prison Fellowship Angel Tree gives them a gift.
Thank you Missouri Department of Corrections!
"We want them to know they're not alone. That's our goal message to them. We all have one thing in common and that's that we're raising a child solo, or we have a parent that's incarcerated. You're not alone. This is a safe place. This is a nonjudgment zone."
Washington State Penitentiary Wins Charitable Award for Library | Washington State Department of Corrections
"Prison Fellowship recognizes the work of chaplains (religious coordinators) in prison facilities as they support incarcerated parents throughout the year and during a potentially difficult holiday season. This year, the religious coordinator at the Washington State Penitentiary (WSP) was awarded the Children’s Champion Award." Congratulations Washington State Department of Corrections
Washington State Penitentiary Wins Charitable Award for Library | Washington State Department of Corrections The Washington State Department of Corrections manages all state-operated adult prisons and supervises adult inmates who live in the community.
How to adopt a family for Christmas — and other ways to give back this holiday season
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PHOTO GALLERY: RCA Church provides holiday support through Prison Fellowship
"By providing Christmas gifts on behalf of incarcerated parents, sending kids to summer camp, hosting sports camps, and other activities, Prison Fellowship Angel Tree allows local congregations to extend the hope of the Gospel to families with loved ones in prison."
PHOTO GALLERY: RCA Church provides holiday support through Prison Fellowship RCA Church opened its doors last Friday to children who are often forgotten for the holidays.
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“Angel Tree – God bless each and every one of y’all who step up and allow this program to be what it is whether directly or indirectly. You’re very much appreciated. I am speaking for the entirety of the inmate population here … We’re greatly appreciative that you take time out of your lives to help us and our children. I have not been able to get my son … anything for Christmas due to me being incarcerated these last seven years. My son will be eight years old next month. I am currently taking a substance abuse program calling RWI (Recovery While Incarcerated). [My son] is the reason I’m remaining focused, motivated, and continuing moving in the forward motion! So from [my son] and I, thank you very much for your show of love and kindness. This really means a lot. God Bless each and every one of y’all!”
THANK YOU! Your generosity during Giving Tuesday will make Christmas a day filled with joy and wonderful memories for almost 14,000 children who need to experience a special celebration more than most of us can even imagine. You’ve helped restore a relationship that prison walls have shattered, and you’ve shown a child that God loves them like no one else can. Even though Giving Tuesday is over, Christmas isn’t! There's no better gift you can give—on , , or any other day. Give here: http://bit.ly/3gtbRbe
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When Arianna was just a little girl, her mom, Chelsea, went to prison. Thanks to friends like you, Arianna received Christmas gifts from her mom through Prison Fellowship Angel Tree . Chelsea says, “You feel so helpless when you’re in there, it was nice to know that there was something that made her feel that I was thinking about her, that I didn’t forget her.” This , you can help make sure a prisoner's child gets to have an Angel Tree Christmas! And thanks to a special Giving Tuesday Matching Grant, any gift you give by midnight TONIGHT will be doubled dollar for dollar—up to $50,000! Will you give today to help make it possible? Donate here: http://bit.ly/3i3SyWp
"It is [an] opportunity that I get for God to utilize me to be a part of a child's life to say to them that their mom or dad has not forgotten them. And that is such joy. … I believe that [Angel Tree] was designed by God to help mend those relationships that are broken. Those little ones are not forgotten."
"[Angel Tree] really is a highlight for our year. I see it as a way I can serve God with whatever gifts I have. It is meaningful when we can actually go and spend some time with the families and talk to them and pray with them. I really see it as being used by God to advance the Kingdom of God."
Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Christmas needs your help
“It’s near and dear to my heart,” Norwood said of the program. “These kids, we’re able to not only give them a gift at Christmas, but Prison Fellowship also stays in contact with them and sends them to summer camps.”
Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Christmas needs your help The Malvern Lions Club invited HSC Angel Tree Coordinator, Aubrey Norwood, to speak at their weekly luncheon meeting last Tuesday afternoon.
“I just want to thank all of you at Angel Tree Christmas, for all you do for us incarcerated parents that can’t be there with our babies. To know you have been there for me and others, year after year, while the world is going through a terrible pandemic of life and death.”
Angel Tree: It Starts With A Gift
Thank you Hope City Church for your commitment to Prison Fellowship and Prison Fellowship Angel Tree!
Angel Tree: It Starts With A Gift Subscribe to Prison Fellowship: https://bit.ly/pfmsubscribe Learn more at http://www.angeltree.orgAngel Tree®, a program of Prison Fellowship®, reaches out t...
"[Angel Tree] is an awesome program. It does change lives. Not just for the moment, but it changed my life and the rest of my kids' lives."
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Thank you First Baptist Church Universal City!
This Sunday we’ll be kicking off our annual Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Christmas Season in support of children in our community who have parents that are incarcerated. You can pick up your “Angel” in the Sanctuary Foyer November 6-20. Gifts should be turned in on November 27 in the Foyer.
Angel Tree Ministry reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ seeking to transform the lives of these families and to reconcile them to their Heavenly Father and each other. Thank you so much for your support!
The Hope That Changed DaMarius’ World
Growing up, DaMarius Harp felt one thing was certain: Having a parent in prison made him different.
The Hope That Changed DaMarius’ World DaMarius was nervous the first time he went to summer camp. Then, he experienced something that changed his life forever.
“Angel Tree is a blessing. It has helped me and my children during Christmas time. To fill that void of having a father and giving a gift at a time when I can't, so I thank God for their organization and all that you do.”
"When you're young, you're confused about why bad things happen. But having the volunteers come in and have so much love, and they were not judgmental and didn't bring any shame; they helped to normalize our experience. More than anything, it helped show God's love and helped open our eyes to see how big God is."
“When we have our devotional groups in the evenings, there's always a lot of tears … There's a lot of kids telling about what's going on in their life and how they feel about it. And I just know that God wants them to be able to get that out—that He doesn't want them to have that knot in their heart all the time … The biggest thing at camp is them knowing that they are loved, not only by God—always, always, always, and never-ending—but by the people that are there with them at camp.”
“Almost without fail, the gentlemen who have applied for Prison Fellowship Angel Tree are deeply grateful. Often, they will mention to us chaplains the wonderful response of the children to the extra measure of care shown to them by those beyond their family, previously unknown to them. Only in the counsels of eternity shall we know the full measure of His working through the labors of your hearts and lives.” — Prison Chaplain
100 Kids with Imprisoned Parents Just Received God's Love at a Prison Fellowship-Baltimore Ravens Sports Camp
"What a life they've had with all of the commotion, all the chaos, all the heartbreak. You just want to have that turnaround for them. You know God is there and that He can do that. And you know that they can be anything they want to be if they can just get that into their head and their heart."
100 Kids with Imprisoned Parents Just Received God's Love at a Prison Fellowship-Baltimore Ravens Sports Camp It was a fun day of football, friendship, and hearing the hope of the gospel message for more than 100 kids who attended a Baltimore Ravens sports camp last Saturday – an outreach program sponsored by Prison Fellowship.
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What a great Saturday with Angel Tree kids and the Baltimore Ravens!
“This camp is my second home, and I feel so safe here. I hope next year more kids can come to camp. This place is amazing. The counselors really do care. They want us to have a relationship with God. It is so cool to realize that the younger campers are looking up to us! Thank you, Lord.”
"What a life they've had with all of the commotion, all the chaos, all the heartbreak. You just want to have that turn around for them. You know God is there and that He can do that. And you know that they can be anything they want to be, if they can just get that into their head and their heart. So we try real hard to do that. We just have to keep praying that we can have the energy to do it. And we are so grateful to Angel Tree for all the support that we get from them." – Camp coordinator.
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