We Are A Christ Centered
Hope to the hopeless:
Our office regularly receives calls from all parts of the country from people not knowing where else to turn. Often we’re able to help with advice and referrals and offer prayer. We’ve been described as a “beacon of hope” for the hopeless.
Helping the helpless:
David lived in a tent before we helped him pack it up and bring him home to Restoration Destination. I’ll never forget the smile on his face and the tears in his eyes when I showed him his new home with his brand new bed, and I told him, “Welcome home!”
Many of our residents would have been homeless if not for the opportunity to reside at Restoration Destination following their incarceration.
Evidence shows that having safe, affordable housing and access to a supportive environment drastically reduces rates of new offenses, making our communities safer and saving taxpayer dollars.
Our goal for each resident is to provide everything necessary to restore them physically and spiritually.
by Mark Wilson On reflections of this month’s first part of a wonderful testimony by Linda Cone, I cannot help but write about the very special love of mothers for their sons. And the special softness in the hearts of even the most hardened man for his mother. Over the years, Restoration Destination has received many, […]
A few months ago, my son was due to come out of prison after nearly 9 years, and as much as I yearned for him to come home, my home unfortunately was not within the probation guidelines. I was so scared and sad, knowing how our society is, and loving my son, and not wanting […]
Your continued support helps us provide safe and affordable housing for qualified ex-offenders who might otherwise end up homeless.
Our on-site staff, including Pastor Mike Henderson, help meet these needs on our 24-acre campus.
“…Strive for full restoration, encourage one another, be of one mind, live in peace…”
II Corinthians 13:11
“…after you have suffered a little while,
will himself restore you and make you
strong, firm and steadfast.”
I Peter 5:10
Whether you commit to $10 per month to help with rides to the grocery store or make a one-time donation to help us buy a new van, your donations make a drastic difference to our residents’ lives. Thank you!
Our mission to provide housing to qualified ex-offenders keeps us very busy with interviewing applicants, driving residents to necessary appointments, ensuring resident heath and safety, and so much more. But nothing is quite as rewarding as when our services help reunite families.
To You, To Us, & To Everyone It has become a tradition for us to celebrate Independence Day by having a cookout on the 4th for all our residents and many guests. We are unable to gather socially but are still going to cook hot dogs and hamburgers and deliver them to our residents. We’re […]