Mission doesn’t start with us. We believe God is already at work all around us, and as followers of Jesus, it’s our job to join him in his work among us. This belief drives our desire to partner with ministries both locally and globally that we see God at work within – and then see how we can help. So instead of dozens of mission projects, our hope is to have a handful of strategic partners that we can walk with, serve, and develop long term relationships with in order to see the kingdom advance and flourish for years to come. Below you’ll find out more about these partners.
The opioid crisis in our country is staggering. Kentucky is one of the hardest hit states, and the Polk Dalton Clinic at the corner of Elm Tree and Third is the only clinic of it’s kind in the state that walks with mothers and children through pre-natal and post-natal care while overcoming addiction. Through Pampering Pathways, we’ve partnered with the Clinic to provide diaper bags with vital necessities for these moms, as well as quarterly baby showers for the families in need. Find out more at Pamperingpathways.com
Friends Of The Good Samaritan
Decades ago, Ananthi Jebasingh followed God’s calling to feed and teach one child. Decades later, she’s impacted thousands of children and families in the slums of Delhi, India through the Good Samaritan School. In March 2018 she visited Restoration and told her incredible story. You can help through child sponsorship and support – learn more at fotgs.com/
Revive Life House
Revive Life House is a Christ-centered, holistic residential treatment facility for men overcoming addiction. There are multiple facilities in the central Kentucky area, but Phase One housing is located on Elm Tree Lane, right across the road from our home in the Lyric! Restoration is excited to partner with Revive to provide care packages for incoming residents, as well as support and community along the way. Want to learn more? Check out their website at www.revivelifehouse.org
Want to learn more about how you can help impact our community? Let us know!