We believe that a properly trained and caring chaplain in a courtroom can deal with the hurts and confusions that the victims as well as the families of the offenders suffer.
We believe that the police chaplain has a duty to support the law enforcement officer with daily prayer and personal assistance when needed. Law & Grace believes these men and women literally fulfill both a biblical and God-appointed role as “ministers of God” (Romans 13) and are ordained to that end.
We believe a chaplain trained in corrections can work with the criminal and general inmate alike. We preach Christ and teach biblical morals and principles that will help men and women make right decisions to restore personal and family victories and change their lives.
In order to accomplish our goal and be an asset to the local community we just use the local church. We make our materials available to the local church, understanding that upon release all inmates will need further teaching to be an effective asset to his or her community.
In addition to our main goal above, Law and Grace also ministers in the following ways:
11 courses of instruction based on 2 Timothy 3:16, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:”
Gospel of John
Christ’s life, ministry, teachings, purpose, compassion, promises and victory for the believer
Christian Growth I
Growth, responsibilities, victory over trials & temptation, importance of prayer and the local church, family and the Christian home
Christian Growth II
Learning new habits, good morals, Bible principles, family training, and serving in the local church
Basic Bible Doctrine
Salvation, eternal life and security, baptism, deity of Christ, the Word, prayer, and God’s promises
Advanced Bible Doctrine
Trinity, creation, sin, repentance, faith, Heaven, Hell, communion, separation, and sanctification
Book of Acts
History of the church, persecution, growth, Acts of the Apostles, Acts of the Holy Spirit
Book of Proverbs
Wisdom, knowledge and understanding; hidden treasure, fruitful life, meditations, virtuous woman
Book of Ephesians
The riches, duties and responsibilities in Christ, Husband/Wife relationship and training children
Crucifixion and Resurrection
A study of the four Gospels, putting events into chronological order: the plot, betrayal, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension of Christ
Almond Tree Drug/Alcohol Counseling
Almond Tree is written by Pamela Russell and is a 12-lesson, Bible-based alcohol and substance abuse counseling program. It is a Christ centered program that takes a person through all the life issues particularly related to substance abuse.
Almond Tree Classes address key areas, including:
(Confidential, one-on-one counseling is available)
- Identifying stressors and triggers for using and teaching new life coping skills
- Identifying roots of anger and teaching alternate response skills
- Developing marriage and parenting skills
- The Four Pillars of Freedom
- What God says about drug and alcohol abuse
- Behaviors in relation to substance abuse
- Setting new life goals and making life changes
- Dealing with damages and repairing them
- Mending relationships
- Co-dependency and proper dependency
- Immorality and deception
- Man’s deteriorating morals
- God’s unchanging standards
- Unforgiveness and bitterness
- Letters, restitution and daily practice
- Biblical principles in personal finances
See the links below for more information:
Almond Tree Website
Almond Tree Training
Death Notification Manual
Offered to churches/pastors as well as law enforcement is our new Death Notification Manual. Pastors will never know when they may be called on to notify someone’s next-of-kin that their loved one has passed away.
The “do”s and “don’t”s as well as the “how to”s are all included to help one through this unfortunate crisis.
Instruction seminars on Death Notifications are available through Law and Grace to pastors and law enforcement personnel. Please contact our office if you are interested.
Ministry of Hope
-by Pastor Todd Cook
"He hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted." Luke 4:18
There are few that are as brokenhearted as those who were abused as children. Now adults, the objective of this course is to deal with the effects of past abuse with biblical answers to the problems with which these survivors may still be struggling.
Ministry of Hope is a 14-step course written by Todd R. Cook and includes:
- The Four Pillars
- Memories and Prohibited Abuses
- Why There Is Suffering
- Development and Responsibility
- Biblical Self-Concept
- Grieving, Stress and Depression
- God’s Love and Forgiveness
- Power to Change
- Relationship Skills
- Dealing with Abusive Family
- Joy and Contentment
- Fears and Trust
- Family Structure and Parenting
- Christian Growth