Who We Are
In Triumph is a 501(c)(3) faith-based transitional home for young men between the ages of 18 and 24. And as we have made our services accessible to any young adults who finds themselves in need, our primary focuses are as follows.
Due to the influx and massive amounts of teens aging out of the foster care system with disorders and addictions throughout the U.S., it has seemed almost impossible for the church or state to respond to such a colossal area of need. This burden resulted in allowing us to partake in shouldering this responsibility, while providing a biblical solution. As secular institutions continue to treat humanity’s fallen nature with psychiatric medications and therapy, we have come to fully understand that the “root” of the problem is depravity. And unlike any other diagnoses, when total depravity is recognized, and a person truly repents, a total transformation is possible.
Addicted Young Adults
It is difficult to consider, though at times necessary, institutionalizing every drug addicted youth as an answer for correcting their habitual and external behaviors. As many times as “success rates” are implied, one cannot negate the evidence of the “relapse rates” within our secular facilities. Unfortunately, some institutions have become a “bad seed” by capitalizing on financial gain rather than an individual’s restoration, and thus offering only provisional answers instead of productive ones.
The evolution of self-centeredness can be identified in today’s self-esteem, self-help, or any other varieties that the self-improvement industry is selling. One does not have to be a Greek Philosopher or a Ph.D to understand that nothing changes until something outside of itself interferes. With that being said, the search for deity is paramount if our depravity is to be transformed. Therefore, without a God who interferes, humanity is left with the insanity of repackaging self and expecting a different result. Consequently, we are, until He is.
In Triumph brings a systematic approach to the Gospel, and gives time to those in need to learn how to make it applicable. We preach Christ and disciple so that young men will know how to navigate as Biblical husbands, fathers, and captains of their ship. So as we do provide food, clothes and shelter for the “least of these,” our primary focus is providing the framework where a genuine commitment to Christ can be fostered.