Restore refers to the deeper process of restoring the broken. Restore takes place in the context of local churches. Utilizing one-on-one care, counseling, and small groups, we help people continue down the path of ever-deepening, personal healing. This happens by walking with God through their pain, alongside others from their local communities.

As we lead others or are being led on the path of discipleship, we encounter walls of pain from the past that block us from experiencing the love of the Father in abundance.

These are places in our hearts where Satan is stealing, destroying and killing something in us. However, Jesus said, “I came to give life and life in abundance” in the same places (Jn 10:10). God has a plan for how to get through the barriers of pain and lead us to restoration.

Our Restore Events
These events are designed for those who already have become aware of their need for healing and desire to go deeper on this journey. They are assisted by another trained person from their local church/community who is already further down this road.

‘My Journey From Pain to Hope’

A 6-week long, one-on-one mentoring program with girls who had been through our Escape weekend. Its goal is to help them implement in real-life settings the steps of life learned during the Escape weekend.

‘The Heart of a Daughter’ Study

A 10-week study to help young people experience deeper healing and freedom from painful experiences in their life. It focuses on 4 basic needs of human hearts – the needs for love, identity, place, and pleasure. Needs that even human Jesus had a need for (Mt 3:17, 17:5). Our earthly fathers play a primary role in meeting these needs, leaving us with a mix of gifts, vacuums, and wounds in our hearts. During every meeting of the study. Individuals learn to listen to the voice of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit as they each guide them to healing and freedom in the context of transparent community with other believers in the group.

And a voice from heaven said, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him, I am well pleased.”

Matthew 3:17