Because of their histories, children from hard places have changes in their bodies, brains, behaviors, and belief systems. It takes an entire community of trauma-informed caregivers for our children to heal and families to be supported. While a variety of strategies may be successful in typical circumstances, children with histories of trauma need teaching and caregiving that meets their unique needs.
We can empower your ministry team to create an environment where children feel safe, so they can learn about Jesus and grow in their relationship with Him. Together, let’s fulfill the biblical call to care for children and families impacted by the foster system. Let’s build trauma-informed children’s ministries!