Support Suffering in Silence on Giving Tuesday
Our goal is to raise $10,000 so we can offer more incarcerated beloveds at FSP and CTF-Soledad workbooks who are currently on the waiting list for Suffering in Silence.
The awareness that Suffering in Silence offers can:
Offer redemption and transformation through a relationship with Jesus Christ by applying Biblical principles supported by science;
Relate how connectedness has the power to counterbalance adversity;
Heal hidden wounds from childhood trauma that are essential to physical and mental health;
Establish why we react instead of respond when being triggered;
Help us understand our history; the effects of generational familial dysfunction;
Likely reduce criminal recidivism rates;
Help beloveds understand how engaging in a relationship with Jesus Christ promises we are never alone.
Power of Connection
This is the story of our God who meets us in our pain and is using every heartache for something bigger than we could ever ask for or even imagine, according to His power that is at work within us.
Suffering in Silence
Ninety-five percent (yes, 95%) of our incarcerated residents are going to be released and become our neighbors. The more we embrace and rehabilitate, the safer our communities will be. Everyone deserves to be-loved, be-healed and BELONG!
While Chaplain Tammy served on Folsom State Prison's IFC council, her heart went out to the cries of those inside isolated for well over a year. She wrote a 255-page workbook entitled "Suffering in Silence" to bring healing and wholeness to those inside.
Blameless believes in order for a successful transition back into society, severing generational cycles of dysfunction is also necessary to decrease criminal recidivism; thereby, offering the workbooks to the families of those incarcerated also.
We believe treatment intervention needs to focus more on the effects of early-life experiences, God's amazing grace, and cycles of familial generational dysfunction. Adverse childhood experiences are traumatic causes of relational poverty.
Blameless embraces that reoffenders lack relationships and that connectedness has the power to counterbalance adversity. Trust is built on safe, secure and nurturing environments.
Please consider making a donation to Blameless and Forever Free Ministries. Each workbook costs Blameless $62 to hand deliver programming into the hands and hearts of each incarcerated resident. We praise God for your partnership and each donation is tax-deductible. Folsom State Prison has approximately 2,600-plus residents along with CTF Soledad having 4,400 residents as of October 2021.
With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible (Matthew 19:26).