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Triumph Over Trauma

True North Star Jail Ministry


Purpose: To facilitate the full restoration of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health to the Church by training and equipping the Body of Christ ministry leaders, service providers, parents and caregivers to recognize and respond to survivors of trauma and abuse. 

The workshop teaches:

  • Reconnaissance – To Gain Information About the Enemy

  • Counter Intelligence – How Trauma Effects the Human Brain

  • Strategies to Take Out the Enemy – Believing & Implementing God’s Plan

  • Combat Weapons sof Mass Destruction - Renewing Our Minds

  • In the Trenches Taking Back Territory – Confession & Forgiveness

  • Victory – Your Story…Your Purpose... Your Destiny

  • Star Wars - Anakin's Story


    Nobody starts out to be evil. George Lucas talks, in a documentary, about how the little boy Anakin suffered childhood and teen trauma, abandonment, and disillusionment that would set him up to be used by Palpatine (the devil) for his evil work through Darth Vader.

    Wendy's Testimony


    Wendy's testimony - a high school math teacher who has encountered extensive learning problems with students who have had childhood Trauma. We can be the ones to share the GOOD NEWS of healing and how God can RENEW our minds and help us get past the "fight, flight, or freeze".

    Ministries

    The purpose of the Triumph Over Trauma workshops is to facilitate the full restoration of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health to the Church by training and equipping the Body of Christ ministry leaders, service providers, parents and caregivers to recognize and respond to survivors of trauma and abuse.

    We serve in this way in order to coordinate community-wide jail ministry efforts and develop existing and new Bridge Ministry Partners to support men and women during incarceration and transition into aftercare.

    Our efforts in aftercare and mentoring exist to Redeem lives by supporting men & women recovering from substance abuse, and/or transitioning from jail or prison through intensive aftercare including intervention, education, counseling, mentoring, vocational apprenticeships, and training in practical life-skills.