A Message to the Church: You are Free to Love

It’s no secret the church, specifically the broader evangelical church, is in a state of crisis. Attendance and engagement is down, stories of financial, physical, and spiritual abuses are mounting, and any meaningful conversation regarding theology, philosophy, and morality in the cultural mainstream has become nearly impossible. Even the faithful in the evangelical church are becoming disheartened, weary, and have stories of frustration, disenfranchisement and hurt. This growing crisis should cause us to take an honest look inwards through the lens of Scripture, in the presence and power of the Holy Spirit, and with a heart of great humility before the Lord.

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The Hope of Christmas

I remember a time when I went shopping on Christmas Eve for some last minute gifts (okay, probably all of my gift shopping was done that year on Christmas Eve) and was reminded why that was a bad idea. On the eve of what continues to be communicated and sold as the most joyful time of the year, a time of making happy memories and a season of giving, the not-so-hidden ugly side of the holiday was exposed. This is a season filled with stress and anxiety.

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December Update & Guest Speaking Schedule

Thank you for being a reader and supporter of our gospel-centered, Kingdom-focused ministry! Your prayers, ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ on social media, commitment to Restoration Church, and financial support puts wind in our sails and fuels our faith in continuing to share the message of Jesus Christ to the world. For those looking to get caught up with the Till family and Restoration Church during the holiday season, we’ve got a full calendar of opportunities for you.

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Believing in Miracles

Blog 11-25-18

In a modern, science-based, data-driven society, everyday supernatural miracles are often difficult to ascertain. Even in our evangelical circles that have a strong emphasis on a ministry of the word (teaching and studying the Bible), we have a tendency to over-intellectualize our reading of scripture and downplay the spiritual activity of God. At Restoration Church, we have sought to recover and acknowledge all that God has done and is actively doing in our world, both through a ministry of his Word, but also through the power of his Spirit.

So if I may, allow me to share a story with you.

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