What is the Restoration Center?
The Restoration Center is a ministry focused on restoring the lives of individuals and families that are dealing with psychological and emotional trauma through the power of prayer, the prophetic, and the best methods in Christian ministry and psychology.
With the maturing of the Pentecostal-Charismatic movement, there is an increasing understanding of the power of prayer and the prophetic in ministering to the soul. As well, there is overwhelming evidence that some psychological, emotional and even physical issues have spiritual roots.
With this recognition, the Restoration Center will harness the power of prayer and the prophetic to augment some of the best methodology in Christian ministry and the behavioral sciences to deal with emotional and psychological issues that people face in their personal lives, career or ministry. Adding the element of the prophetic exponentially yields results as the gifts and tools of the Holy Spirit are brought to bear in a ministry session. The Restoration Center is modeled after very successful prophetic restorative practices in other places, such as Brazil.
What do we offer?
Confidentiality is of utmost importance at the Restoration Center. We strive to provide a safe environment that protects the privacy of our clients. We will not discuss clients’ visits or ministry status with others who are not actively engaged in the ministry session.
Each personal ministry is preceded by a detailed spiritual mapping. We will produce a study of the person’s life, relating past experiences with current consequences and manifestations. This will enable the ministers to identify crucial areas that need to be addressed, as well as provide an effective personal ministry and intervention plan.
The ministry will offer personal consultations and ministry by skilled, spiritual advisors aimed at the healing and restoration of the soul through prayer, personal coaching, and the prophetic. This will include spiritual mapping of the individual’s life (details under Services), restoration of one’s identity in Christ and the development of the fruit of the Spirit in the life of the person receiving ministry.