Lifeblood Reentry Group Facilitator

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Starts Spring 2020

The Lifeblood Facilitator is responsible for leading sessions of Lifeblood curriculum inside the Faribault men's correctional facility. Responsibilities will include:

  • Complete facilitator onboarding procedure (application, training, screening). Training requirements vary depending on facility and curriculum (approx. 2-4 hours).
  • Be consistent in preparation, attendance, and timeliness for all Lifeblood sessions.
  • Preparation for sessions - pre-read facilitator guide, curriculum and video for session; taking notes to aid in guiding discussion.
  • During sessions - using facilitator guide, present objective, present pre-teaching activities, introduce videos, encourage and facilitate discussion, facilitator and participant discussion should focus on session theme and relevant life experiences, distribute and collect follow-up assessments.
  • Post-session activity - review participant assessments to identify areas where change is taking place and areas where further exploration and discussion is needed. Using established guidelines and methods, communicate any concerns to appropriate facility personnel and Lifeblood project manager.
Lifeblood is a Christian video-based reentry curriculum designed to help people transform their lives through exploration of nine essential life-redeeming themes. We created Lifeblood because we believe every heart can be transformed and every life can be redeemed. The Lifeblood facilitator is a key element to successful life transformation for participants. We recognize the importance of this role and our work is only possible because of generous people like you. We take our mission seriously and we appreciate your willingness to serve others through Lifeblood.

Five Stone Media Values

These values are present in the decisions we make, the content we produce, and the relationships we build.

  • Bible-based transformation
  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Using story as a method of facilitating life transformation
  • Integrity
  • Biblical relational influence
  • Pursuit of authentic Christian values in all we do

Our mission is to use story to bring hope and healing to people in need of change

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COUNTY ROAD F, White Bear Lake, MN 55110, US

Mission Statement

Five Stone Media exists to tell authentic stories of transformation for the at-risk community. Our Vision is to continue to find homes for the Lifeblood Curriculum in prisons, jails and re-entry facilities globally. We will continue to tell authentic stories of transformation, with films, videos and curriculum about Forgiveness, Restoration, Reconciliation, Victims, and finding God in pain and suffering.


The story of Five Stone Media began in the fall of 2006 when four men attended a weekend retreat. Those four men met John Turnipseed and heard him share his story of an upbringing in a home shattered by domestic violence. John told of his introduction to dealing drugs and how he seized power over the family gang and became one of the most feared gang leaders in the Midwest. He shared the stories of his numerous run-ins with the law and how he now has 30 immediate family members in prison with life sentences. John also shared how his life of hopelessness and destruction was transformed into something beautiful.

Steve Johnson (our executive director) felt compelled to tell John’s story in a video documentary. Steve and four other men contributed time, talent, and resources to capture and record John’s story. This simple short-film project quickly grew into a project of significance, supported by a group of Hollywood artists and film producers who volunteered their time to help create the first installment of the Turnipseed trilogy of short films released beginning in 2008. These films were the basis for a life-transformation curriculum created to bring faith-based, life-change to at-risk communities. The Lifeblood men's and women's curriculum are currently serving the re-entry community through Lifeblood classes conducted both in jails and prisons and through community-based re-entry programs. Our work is conducted both directly through our own volunteer teams and through community partners across the United States and Globally.


We'll work with your schedule.


1101 Linden LnFaribault, MN 55021



  • Spiritual Healing
  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx. 2 hours per week on Saturdays for 12 week session
  • MN Dept of Corrections volunteer training and background check are required for groups that meet in correctional facilities.

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