Vision, Mission, Goals,
Methods, and Values
Guide individuals to trust God, study and apply His Word, and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Strategically deliver Christ-centered teachings, counseling, and leadership to the world.
Our Strategic Goals:
- Establish and maintain STC&S as a College-Seminary of Excellence for current and emerging mission, vision, purpose and goals priorities.
- Consistently deliver effective College-Seminary teachings, counseling and leadership, training and education.
- Provide timely, effective and responsible ministry, leadership, consultation and research, utilizing feedback from students, staff, and persons gifted in College-Seminary operations, assessments and delivery services.
- Secure, stabilize, develop, and properly apply funding, facilities, human resources, and information technology/audio visual processes in alignment with STC&’S operational needs.
Use the Holy Spirit’s teaching and counseling to promote Scripture Therapy® College & Seminary to teach Scripture, Choice Theory Psychology and Life Experiences as vehicles to perfect and equip individuals to:
- Think through the Spirit of God
- Teach Self-counseling through the Holy Spirit
- Use prayer, faith and application of the Word of God
- Counsel individuals to activate the Mind of Christ in them
- Facilitate Unity Without Bondage using Christ-like character
- Pay forward Scripture Therapy to the world, spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Scripture Therapy College & Seminary staff offers ministry, Scripture based, ministry; Scripture Therapy Internal Empowerment Coaching, and leadership teachings as a personal journey to improve students’ relationship, behavior, choices, trust, and the quality of life desired with God, and others.
Our Guiding Values:
We hold ourselves as well as others accountable for the following values:
- Learning: We pursue knowledge, wisdom and character based on the Word of God; the Holy Spirit’s teaching; counseling and power; always striving for improvement. We teach students to strategically choose to be empowered by God; stay on course; and accountable to get what God wants them to have.
- Character: We practice what we teach and live with Christ in our own lives. We fulfill our promises and commitments, holding ourselves to a high level of integrity. We give credit to authors for their work; students for their creativity and contributions; and give generously of our time and attention to the needs of our students.
- Internal Empowerment: We trust ourselves to know that we have the answer “inside us.” We challenge students to find the answer to their own challenges. We share our own personal stories that illustrate how students can enhance their lives to become more Christ-like. We help students help themselves.
- Inclusion: We develop relationships and trust through valuing racial, ethnic and cultural diversity, respecting and depending on individual’s gifts and strengths. We take time to create relationships and advocate on the behalf our students. We welcome international students to witness what we do and participate in spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
- Collaboration: We develop alliances with churches, ministries, missions, faith-based organizations, educational institutions, corporations, communities of interest and interact with a multitude of segments of society. We network and cultivate relationships to support our students’ success.
- Innovation: We develop responsive, adaptive strategies, solutions, and technologies to meet the educational needs of students. We encourage students to use their learned skills knowledge, abilities, and character to provide innovative support to their church, ministry, mission, or faith-based organization; family, and sphere of influence.
- Uniqueness: We unite people around common concerns, but recognize, respect, and maintain individuality. We continually engage in learning the latest principles and practices and maintaining and enhancing our programs, services and activities. We are resourceful in helping our students become successful, and to pay forward their learning.
Who We Are
Presiding Bishop/Chancellor Les Triché
As a teenager, Les Triché accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior at New Zion Baptist Church in Ponchatoula, LA. As he moved on to other ministries, he often received “incorrect or incomplete” teachings of the Word of God. He cried out to God asking, “God will You teach me Your Word?” God said yes, and the Holy Spirit did so! He has been following the Holy Spirit’s teaching, counseling and power since that time, and paying it forward to others as he spreads the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world!
Les Triché was ordained as a pastor in 1993, and consecrated as a bishop in 2005. He served as a consultant to Bishop Larry H. Jordan, Sr., The Believers Worship Center; Bishop Noel Jones, City of Refuge; Dr. Fredrick K.C. Price, Crenshaw Christian Center; Episcopal Pastor, John A. Cherry, From The Heart Church-Ministries; Bishop Charles Wallace, Oasis Christian Center; Bishop Jeff Battle, God’s Perfecting Ministries; and Pastor Michael Drake Rock of My Salvation Church.
Bishop Triché provided leadership in planting churches in Charlotte and Raleigh South Carolina; Chicago, Il; Indiana, Oklahoma, California; South America, and Mainland China. He has provided extensive training to churches, ministries, missions, and veterans for 25+ years; offering teaching, counseling and leadership in Scripture Therapy®, Internal Empowerment Coaching, Behavior Health Practitioner certification programs, endorsements and ordinations. His counseling training expanded to individuals from South Central L.A. to Japan, Egypt, Australia, South Africa, Canada, and other places.
Bishop Triché and his wife, RoxAnne Triché, Executive Vice President/Scripture Therapy Minister are founders of Scripture Therapy® College & Seminary. They are authors of Scripture Therapy® and Choice Theory®; Self-Counseling with STACT: Getting What God Wants You to Have; and numerous online counseling, coaching, and leadership training programs. They are TV show hosts; educators and ministers of Scripture Therapy®. Bishop Triché is the author of a seven-book series, How To Do Ministry: From The Pulpit to the Pew.
Bishop Triché is an educator of 30 years, serving as an instructor, principal, executive, and board president. He is certified in Reality Therapy® and Choice Theory® by the late renowned Dr. William Glasser, M.D.; Board of Director and Senior Faculty Member with Glasser Institute for Choice Theory®, providing Choice Theory®, Reality Therapy® certification training to individuals, businesses, ministries; and correctional institutions, where his training reduced recidivism from 67% to 2.9 %.
He holds an PhD (ABD) in Judicial Law/Public Policy; PhD (HC) in Public Administration; MA in Christian Counseling; MA in Public Policy; MA in Public Administration; BA in Behavioral Science, Criminal Justice & Corrections; and AA in Sociology. He is a graduate of John Maxwell University, and serves as teacher, coach, and motivational speaker; a graduate of Crenshaw Christian Center-Ministry Training Institute; and the Vet2Peer Certification program with US Vets and Loyola Marymount University, Extension.
He was honored with the Community Service Award by the Association of Black Psychologists, Washington D.C. for implementing an exemplary Choice Theory Connection program at a female correctional institution in Southern California.
Executive Vice President/Scripture Therapy Minister RoxAnne Triché
RoxAnne accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior at Vine Life Christian Fellowship Church in Riverside, CA. She was ordained as a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in 2013. She has a heart for young adults and troubled teens and is called to the Office of Teacher, led by the Holy Spirit to become a Scripture Therapy® Minister; Executive Vice President of Scripture Therapy College & Seminary, and Internal Empowerment, Inc. Minister RoxAnne is a Scripture Therapy Master Facilitator, and Internal Empowerment and Leadership Coach; and serves as Vice Chairperson on the Board of Directors for The Company We Keep, Los Angeles, CA.
Minister RoxAnne holds a BA in Biblical Studies; certification in Family Mediation from California State University, San Bernardino; Internal Empowerment Coaching from Loyola Marymount University, Extension, Los Angeles, CA.; a graduate of John Maxwell University as a teacher, coach, motivational speaker; and certified in Choice Theory® and Reality Therapy® through the William Glasser International.
She and her husband, Les Triché, Presiding Bishop/Chancellor are founders of Scripture Therapy® College & Seminary. They are authors of Scripture Therapy® and Choice Theory®; Self-Counseling with STACT: Getting What God Wants You to Have; and numerous online counseling, coaching, and leadership training programs. They are TV show hosts; and educators and ministers of Scripture Therapy®. They provided teaching, counseling and leadership training for students ranging from South Central L.A; make and female correctional institutions; Orange County California CEOs; and counselors form Japan, Australia, Canada, and Egypt.
She is a facilitator of the Behavior Health Practitioner and Internal Empowerment Coaching programs offered by Loyola Marymount University, Extension; Take Charge of Your Life Program at Glasser Institute for Choice Theory; and the training Provider through the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
She is a leader and trainer for ministries, businesses, individuals and organizations; providing teamwork and conflict resolution in corporate America for over 25 years, in the areas of business, staffing, and management needs. Minister RoxAnne specializes in Scripture Therapy® and Internal Empowerment Coaching; human resources acquisition, strategic planning, risk management, organizational development, and implementation and assessments.
Board of Director/Dean of Students, Kristin Davis, San Clemente, California
Kristin holds a Masters Degree in Business with a special focus on Executive Leadership. Her passion is helping others to empower themselves as they navigate challenging circumstances and approach new opportunities.
She brings her personal experience overcoming extreme professional and health challenges to help others along their journeys. Keeping Jesus in the center of all navigation, Kristin is a firm believer in resiliency, second chances, and new beginnings.
A three-time published author, entrepreneur, and certified Internal Empowerment Coach Kristin brings her enthusiasm, diligence, and focus to STC&S.
She is committed to seeing each student achieve their potential and grasp the opportunities that God has for their lives.
Board of Director, Larry H. Jordan, Sr., Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Bishop Larry H. Jordan, Sr. holds a Doctor of Divinity is the Founder and Senior Pastor of The Believers Worship Center, Inc. in Upper Marlboro, MD. He is married to Pastor Delphine R. Jordan who serves as the Co-Pastor of their ministry.
Bishop Jordan has been in ministry for over 35 years, he was ordained as a Pastor in 1991. He is an accomplished singer, songwriter, executive producer, and the author of the publication “Pastor Beware.” He has been a faithful pastor and teacher of the Word of God and continues to build on the foundation which has been laid through Jesus Christ.
He believes the Gospel of Christ and the church should impact the community. His aspiration for the community is to complete the spiritual and moral values of life by promoting the adoption and application of higher social, economical, and professional standards. He is committed to youth and young adults being delivered from drug and alcohol addictions. Concerned about the needs of the homeless, battered, abused, and those who are incarcerated.
He has developed a ministry that reaches the community through various programs instituted to serve the needs of people. His goals are to implement a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship, which will build better communities by focusing on helping people.
He wants to see a new beginning in life for these individuals. He wants to see stronger families through marriage and prepare teens for entry into the social-economic world through higher education.
Bishop Jordan strives for “excellence” and accepts nothing less from his co-laborers in ministry, establishing The Disciples School of Ministry to prepare and ordain men and women who are called to the ministry. He created the Federation of International Ministries, Inc. This ministry’s focus centers around missions to help build, cover, and oversee churches and ministries around the world.
Bishop Jordan continually commits to reform the lives of individuals by setting a standard through preaching, teaching and demonstration of the true gifts of the Spirit and the power of God. He wants to do more than merely build a church, but to create an institution wherein our Lord Jesus Christ can be glorified through the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Bishop Jordan and The Believers Worship Center are determined to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and build the Kingdom of God in the community and within the body of Christ.
Board of Director, Rosemarie Sanchez Rose, Meridian, Texas
Rosemarie retired after 28 years with IBM, a Fortune 500 company, and now lives in central Texas. She accomplished many firsts: before joining IBM, first main frame female computer operator at another Fortune 500 company, and while at IBM she developed and taught first storage management online course, and first disaster recovery course, which proved vital after 9-11 attack on World Trade Center in New York, NY.
She received an A.A. Degree in Data Processing from Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM and a B.S. Degree in Human Relations and Business from Amber University, Garland TX, graduating with honors (Summa Cum Laude) and receiving the Presidential Citation:
“for her courage and perseverance in attaining a degree. Her tenacity merits recognition because it symbolized the spirit and courage of all the graduates of the university and services as an example of how one can achieve great feats when there is a courageous spirit that will not accept defeat.”
Rosemarie has a Texas Public School Teaching Certification in addition to a Librarian Certification. She strongly values education and believes education can solve social issues. During her educational experience she interviewed Jane Elliott, world renowned school teacher, known for her famous “Blue eyes/Brown eyes” exercise, which she taught the day after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Her classroom mascot was “Curious George,” the mischievous monkey written by H. A. and Margret Rey. Rosemarie believes education is being curious about something and is not just for young minds.
Retirement hasn’t stopped her from being a lifelong learner. She attends Bible study weekdays and has completed Scripture Therapy® and Choice Theory® along with Basic Intensive Training from Internal Empowerment, Inc. on weekends. She lives on a ranch with her soon to be retired husband and their four dogs.
Board of Director, Toni B White, Los Angeles, California
Toni B White is a Believer in Christ and does not mind sharing her faith. She has over 20 years of social work experience. Currently, she serves as a HCHV Supervisor in the Transitional Housing Program at WLA-VA, which assists homeless and at risk of becoming homeless Veterans secure and maintain transitional housing. She has previously served as the Acting Contract Coordinator in the HUD VASH program, which assisted Veterans secure and maintain permanent housing. The HUD VASH program is a collaborative effort between the VA, local Contract Community Partners and the local Public Housing Authority Agency.
She also served as the Acting Grant and Per Diem (GPD) Coordinator, and as a GPD Liaison at WLA-VA for 10 years; has worked for the Department of Mental Health, as the sole Social Worker for a 40-bed locked psychiatric unit at St. Francis Medical Center; and served as a Therapist for boys in various Group Homes.
Toni is an educator. She has previously held positions as an Assistant Professorship and Program Coordinator for the Alcohol and Drug Certificate program at California State University-Dominquez Hills, Extension for 12 years, ending her tenure in December 1999 after the program closed. She is currently an educator at Loyola Marymount University and for the past 7 years has taught n their Alcohol and Drug Certifying Program. In 2019, she was approached to create the curriculum for LMU’S Peer Support Specialist Certificate Program and heads that grant as their lead Professor.
She holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from USC and an BA in Psychology from San Diego State University. She holds her License in Social Worker through the Board of Behavioral Science; a Certificate of Alcohol and Drug Counseling, California State University, Dominquez Hills, CA; and a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor-III, with the National Association of Forensic Counselors, Ft. Wayne, IN. She was honored by The National Honor Society in Psychology; Psi Chi, as a lifetime member.
When she is not working hard to end Veteran homelessness or teaching students to be active and engaging AOD Counselors & Peer Supports, she spends her time and energy with her enthusiastic and energetic 12-year-old daughter. She also works alongside with her mother and brother managing their family businesses, which includes Brinson Care Facilities, homes for the Developmentally Disabled and the Mentally Ill individuals; and their family restaurant, Ms. B’s M&M Soul Food Restaurant in Inglewood, CA.