“and what you have heard from me before many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also,” – 2 Timothy 2:2
WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN AND WOMEN READY TO BE EQUIPPED AS DECIPLERS!!
Safer Communities Ministry staff and volunteers provide the following discipleship tools:
INCARCERATED – LIFE SKILLS
Real-world practical topics like character development, goal setting, anger/stress management, and improving marriage/family relationships are taught from a biblical perspective. In addition, all participating inmates always receive straight forward, practical teaching from the Word of God for breaking the bonds of addiction!
Life Skills Discipleship Topics also include basics like:
- Surrendering to the Lord for all areas of life
- Yielding control to the Lord in an unmanagable life area (addictive things)
- Trusting the Lord with daily practical needs (daily bread issues)
- Confessing and receiving forgiveness from God about things done wrong (sins)
- Giving forgiveness to those that hurt, frustrate, anger, disappoint you
TRANSITIONING BACK INTO SOCIETY
CHANGED CHOICES (a non-profit organization that provides a range of support to female inmates) is partnering with Safer Communities Ministry. Changed Choices provides professional counseling in the jail, as well as a range of other services as After Care for ex-offenders transitioning back into the community.
Changed Choices continues to cultivate discipleship relationships with female inmates who demonstrate a high capacity for complete rehabilitation as they transition into society.
ADDICTION RECOVERY MINISTRY MENTORING
One2Won (Men’s Discipleship Tool) by Joe White
The resource /book One2Won Cross was written by Dr. Joe White, President and Founder of Men at the Cross. The 24-week study is used to provide an in-depth study of God’s word along with helpful application and discussion points.
Naomi and Ruth (Book) (by Deborah Ross and Contributing Authors)
Transforming the hearts and lives of women new to the faith is the goal of the Naomi and Ruth discipleship program. Short lessons are shared through a mentoring relationship with a more mature Christian woman. Used also as a ministry to those seeking help and healing from: a broken heart; shattered relationships; addictions; prison/jail time; a life of dysfunction; abandonment; mental, physical or sexual abuse; and beyond. This material is also created for ministering to the female family members of those suffering.
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