Are you a foster or adoptive family? Restore ministry wants to take the opportunity to dedicate your family on February 3rd on our Sunday morning service. Whether you are a newly licensed home, or if you are seasoned in the field of fostering or adopting, we want to dedicate your commitment and calling unto the Lord. You’ve responded to the call to care for the orphan, so come join us for a dedication of all you have and will risk
Please sign up via the link below if you’d like to have your family dedicated on February 3rd.
Join us for our next Information meeting on February 10th during the
The first 45 minutes will be focused on ways you can support the foster and adoptive community. Caring for the orphan isn’t just defined as bringing children into your home, come to find ways you can help!
You’re also invited to stay the second 45 minutes to hear from guest speaker Kenzie Conley. She works at our local CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) office and will be available to answer any questions you might have.
There are a ton of ways you can jump in, and bless these kids, these families and our community
Free Community Training & Education Event
Come and join us for a FREE community training and education event on Sunday, February 24th right after the
This event is FREE and includes lunch, however, NO childcare will be available.
This training examines the factors that impact resilience, the human adaptive process, ways to successfully cope with trauma, and the 12 steps of successful survivors utilizing research from Ann Masten. The training finishes with a discussion around how caregivers can make children feel safe, capable and loveable.
Core Care Givers Training
Core Care Giver Training and Parenting Courses will be held at Sage Hills Church through the child welfare system. Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence offers these courses free to all licensed or in the process of becoming licensed caregivers.
A Night Of Hope with Jason Johnson
Join us for “A Night of Hope” with Jason Johnson on March 1st, 2019 at Sage Hills Church. This event will be from 5:30-9pm and will include childcare, an “adults only”, Country Boys BBQ Dinner, a time of encouragement and celebration from our guest speaker followed by special “you can choose” breakout session…..and
“Foster parents face a unique set of circumstances and experience a wide array of emotions that few can relate to. Their journey is one of equal parts beauty and brokenness, joy and heartache, excitement and exhaustion. There is no textbook on how to be a foster parent, no formula, no simple three-step guide. But there is hope - and that’s what this night is about! We’re excited to gather foster parents, church leadership, friends, family and anyone in the Wenatchee community to a night of encouragement, equipping and support as we consider how “everyone can do something” to care for vulnerable children.
Whether you’ve been a foster parent for a while or your journey just began, a church leader looking for ways to rally your congregation around kids and families or a friend that wants to provide tangible and helpful support to those around you, this night is for you! You’ll be inspired, connect with others and walk away knowing what your next best steps can be. Join us!
Please register for Free dinner/tickets.
Registration is open through February 26th.
March 15 & 16
At Overlake Christian Church in Redmond, WA
We understand what it's like to raise kids who come from traumatic pasts. We know firsthand what it's like to make the sacrifices. To be weighed down with shame and sheer exhaustion. We know. We are right there with you. Come join us and be encouraged by amazing worship, fellowship, and teaching. Be equipped by expert training in the stuff that matters most to you. We can do this. Come and be Refreshed.
Restore will be attending this event and we would love to have you join us.
Orphan Sunday Update
Sister Connection – We had 12 sponsorships for widows and orphans.
Meals - We’ve had a great response in sign-ups for our frozen meal program and our meal train group.
Welcome Bags – 14 bags were sponsored
Donations – Our drop box has been installed! These donations go to fill our welcome bags when a family receives a new placement.
Please note that we accept NEW items with tags only as we want these children and these families to receive items that are specifically for them.
We are in process of assembling a donation and prayer team. The vision is for these items to enter these homes with heavy blessing in Jesus name.
We are unable to accept donations of food or formula.
Home Depot donated one stand up freezer, our facilities team has been hard at work to prepare a usable space for our storage of supplies and frozen meals.
We want to extend our deepest thanks for all the moving parts into making this space possible including Dave Doubroff who will be finishing up all of the cabinets, shelves, and working space.