Grateful. As we look back on this past year and all the challenges we are facing in the world, we are grateful. We are grateful because God has been good to us. He continues to bless our church family in many ways. We see new people every week, we see improvements to the physical campus, and we continue to sense His presence among us in a powerful and real way every time we gather. He is building His Church and we are grateful.
Our focus remains on being a Vertical Church, empowered by His Spirit, and raising up the next generation to serve Him passionately.
“…to Him be glory in the church.”
“…the Word is alive.”
“…power to be My witnesses.”
“…faithful to a thousand generations.” Deuteronomy 7:9
“…go and make disciples of every nation.” Matthew 28:19
We need your help as we continue to revitalize the Restoration Church campus. The Revitalize 2021 Campaign will help us complete the current projects:
• Portico – will provide a beautiful area for fellowship, covering on a rainy day, and a warm and inviting area to greet people upon their arrival
• Parking Lot – we are expanding our parking capacity from 245 spaces to 340 as well as leveling the side parking lot with beautifully landscaped terraced parking with ambient lighting
• Spire – the new spire will replace the old steeple and provide a signature, iconic look for the church campus and it will be equipped to play traditional church hymns, worship music as well as hourly chimes. The new spire will be in keeping with the new “cedar western lodge” design.
I am asking everyone to join us in the Revitalize 2021 Campaign as we must raise $1,000,000 in order to complete these projects. Would you prayerfully consider giving sacrificially by the end of the year? We have enjoyed a year of tremendous growth and spiritual renewal and we are anticipating a future that will stretch our faith and require us to get out of the boat and swing for the fence. While our world is reeling in chaos and division, we have an unprecedented opportunity before us to see Him transform our community.
Will you join us by giving your very best before the end of the year? I am asking everyone who calls Restoration home to pray and ask the Father what He would have you give. I am not asking any one person to do it all, nor am I asking a few to do most. I am asking everyone to do their best. If we all do that, I believe the miracle will come and we will be able to complete these projects in the first quarter of 2022.
My prayer is the same as the Psalmist, “Let us see Your miracles again; let our children see glorious things, the kind you used to do, and let the Lord our God favor us and give us success. May He give permanence to all we do.” Psalm 90:16-17 TLB