The mission of Restored to Stand is to empower women of all walks of life to stand strong in the midst of adversity and we believe that restoration through Jesus Christ is the key. Our desire is to see women accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and also allow themselves to experience God’s complete restoration in every area of life. It is essential for every believer to place themselves in the hands of God and allow Him to renew and restore us.
We desire to lead women on a road to healing of the soul, experiencing spiritual growth, as well as encourage them to go forth in the power of God by serving Him in their gifted areas. We want women to realize that we were restored with a purpose, to serve God’s purpose.Read More
God is so amazing in that we have the ability to grow spiritually and experience restoration through His Word and through many ways. Using various teaching methods, we educate, encourage and connect women with a goal of seeing substantial spiritual growth take place in their lives. Some of those methods include but are not limited to:
- Workshop Facilitation
- Topical Bible Studies
- Multi-session group study
- Christian Motivational Speaking
- Fellowship Events
- and more…
Our goal is to Help Women to Experience Restoration Through Christ
Looking at some biblical examples of restoration, we find that the process of restoration served to be beneficial both naturally and spiritually. Naturally, there was a sense repair, renewal, and becoming functional. The spiritual benefit was that whatever or whoever experienced restoration was then useful for God’s purpose.
When Nehemiah and his team restored the wall around Jerusalem, the wall was once again able to function as intended, to protect Jerusalem.
When a weathered house is revitalized, it is to bring the house back to a place of occupancy.
Likewise, when we allow God’s restoration process to occur in our lives, we are able to function as God intended. We become restored by Christ, obtain personal healing, life changing freedom and become empowered to serve God’s purpose.Read More