If you're wounded from the battles of life, we think you may be closer to harvest, than you might otherwise believe. The love of God is best revealed by our diversity, rather than our uniformity. It's in unconditional acceptance we find Light. Uniformity judges based on things seen rather than the heart. If you've been rejected (or at least perceive it that way) we want you. If you're a Christian Church who has a few people that just don't fit in, send them to Restoration House Ministries; we want them. We'll take your rejects and your misfits; we'll take your square pegs that don't seem to fit in your round holes. Come as you are but don't be offended if we're just as open as we've invited you to be.
There are a few ground rules:
- First, although we say to come naked, we mean that you should wear clothes (lol). Come as you are means to come and be honest with yourself and God.
- Second, we don't throw rocks; we accept and give love, as best we know how.
- Third, we come hungry to be conformed into the image of Christ.
All too often, we don't accept each other where we are, but it's time that stops. We can't change the entire world but we can change our world. Come; let's not despise small things. In what many call small, there are great shifts, ready to happen in you. This shift will change your world. Call it foster parenting, if you will, but I want to cover you until you find your way.
If you're a Christain Church who has a few people that just don’t fit in, send them somewhere that embraces diversity; we want them.
We’ll take your rejects and your misfits; we’ll take your square pegs that don’t seem to fit in your round holes.
You might say, we're foster parents to the spiritually disenfranchised.
Come for a few months or a few years, or don't leave at all. We might discover God has given us each other since before the foundations of the world.
Come as you are, but don’t be offended if we’re just as open as we’ve invited you to be.