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Author of "Bruised Reeds and Smoldering Wicks" study connects with the Arizona Trauma-Informed Faith Community

Chaplain Chris Haughee ·
I was pleased to be able to connect with my friend and colleague in trauma-informed ministry, Sanghoon Yoo (@thefaithfulcity), a few weeks ago to present insights into how trauma-informed care connects with the heart of the Christian gospel. God is continuing to work through the amazing churches, pastors, ministry leaders, and participants in the Arizona Trauma-Informed Faith Initiative, and it was encouraging to see how many were able to turn out, even on a busy Monday afternoon. We...
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Trauma Informed Congregation Movement in Arizona

Sanghoon Yoo ·
As a social work professional, I was involved in the trauma field twenty years ago. But I became a charismatic nondenominational church pastor, starting a college campus prayer movement. With my cultural heritage and training at an evangelical seminary, the focus of my ministry has been intercession, multi-ethnic discipleship and servant leadership. However, the development of community service involvement with the ministry brought me back to the engagement in my previous professional field.
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Trauma Informed Congregation Movement in Arizona

Sanghoon Yoo ·
As a social work professional, I was involved in the trauma field twenty years ago. But I became a charismatic nondenominational church pastor, starting a college campus prayer movement. With my cultural heritage and training at an evangelical seminary, the focus of my ministry has been intercession, multi-ethnic discipleship and servant leadership. However, the development of community service involvement with the ministry brought me back to the engagement in my previous professional field.
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Unconditional Love: Faith Leaders as Agents of Change in the ACEs and Resilience Movement

Anndee Hochman ·
The Rev. Sanghoon Yoo learned about the ACE Study, saw the film Paper Tigers and understood that there might be a way to bridge the chasm between faith-based views of wellness and traditional approaches to mental health. “When I heard from the science and Paper Tigers that one of the most important factors for resilience is unconditional love, I thought: That’s not medical. That’s my language. That was an ‘aha’ moment for me; I never thought mental health and faith would go together.” Yoo,...
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Chaplain Chris Haughee ·
Sanghoon, I am so encouraged by this work and our fellowship from afar! Let me know if there is anything I can do to help support your ministry this fall and going forward. Blessings, Chris
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Brenda Cochran ·
This is awesome! I can't wait to see what God is going to do in this congregation...
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Dale Fletcher ·
Thanks for sharing how God is using his people to share this facet of the gospel!
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Re: Unconditional Love: Faith Leaders as Agents of Change in the ACEs and Resilience Movement

Dale Fletcher ·
This was terrific! Thank you for posting Anndee! I just watched the video of Sanghoon Yoo as he explained how trauma informed care and resiliency is rooted biblical scripture. Its well worth the 90 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?...28&v=tjrmrTHN7UY
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Re: Author of "Bruised Reeds and Smoldering Wicks" study connects with the Arizona Trauma-Informed Faith Community

Sanghoon Yoo ·
It was a great day of connection, teaching & learning and lovely fellowship in this movement. Thank you, Chris, for coming and sharing your message with us!!
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Todd Benkert ·
This is great! I would love to see a similar thing happen in Indiana and Chicagoland and would love to get more details about what you've done there in Arizona.
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Becky Haas ·
This is awesome! Thank you for sharing. Though my work with ACEs and Trauma-Informed education began through my job at the Police Department, I am an ordained minister and have shared this message with our local faith community and hope in the coming months to provide them a four hour SAMHSA trauma-informed training for local pastors on the subject. In my work (Community Crime Prevention Programs) I was drawn to this subject in 2014 and felt it was an opportunity to infuse the community with...
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