Joyce Burton and her husband, Tom, founded the congregation that merged with Restoration Church in 2018. A widow since 2014, many in the church think of her as the matriarch, but it’s a designation she doesn’t claim. Even so, she has led the way in adjusting to the changes inherent in becoming a blended church family.Read More
Meaghan and Josie came to Restoration’s food and clothing pantries for the first time on April 1. As we talked and prayed with them, they were heartbreakingly honest about what brought them there.
Kay Hull had been a member of the same congregation for 44 years when it became part of Restoration Church in 2018 — an indication of her loyalty and her love of tradition. She admits that the changes inherent in becoming a “blended family” were especially difficult for her.Read More
For the next couple of weeks, we are praying together that the Holy Spirit would open our eyes to see people, feel the weight of their reality, and give us boldness to step into their lives with the hope of the gospel. Before we engage people with the gospel, we want to start on our knees asking God to draw people to Himself.Read More