The Urban Ministry Institute of Houston
In addition to our prison adoption programs, Epiphany Life Change offers several classes certified by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Men and women involved with Epiphany Life Change can take advantage of these courses. Here’s a glimpse at just a few:
Conversion and Calling
Foundations for Christian Mission
God the Father
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The “Journey” is a three-part program, which begins with “Foundations.” During this part of the course, we will help participants repair their broken hearts and spirits. We do this by looking at Jesus’ heart and how we can be healed in the unity of His heart with ours.
“Fragments to Freedom” is the next part of the course, where will dig a little deeper with participants to understand how their experiences as a child contributed to the person they are today. We also focus on redemptive gifts and how they can be restorative and healing. The third part of the Journey curriculum is the “Flourishing” stage, where we bring everything together and help participants restore wholeness to their marriages, families, churches, and society.
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The onesimus Workshop
Designed specifically for churches, the Onesimus workshop prepares places of worship to welcome those recently incarcerated into their congregations. We work hand-in-hand with churches to understand how to accept returning citizens and play an active role in their transition back into society.
This course helps clients set realistic expectations for navigating the world around them after a time spent in prison. We teach them the importance of being true to themselves and Christ. The Climbing Up curriculum helps clients set themselves up for success upon their re-entry journeys.
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Christian Anger Management Project
The Christian Anger Management Program (CAMP) helps participants better understand their anger. This course explores how God expects us to control anger and how best to manage it. Students will learn techniques to handle hostile emotions in themselves as well as in others. Weekly book reports and other homework are assigned. Classes are small to encourage open discussion.
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