Restore is a part of R3 Women’s Ministry, Inc.  R3 seeks to encourage women right where they are, providing opportunities for them to do life together through Worship, Community and Service. Together, we can create space for God to exchange His beauty for our ashes so that we may experience restoration through His almighty love.

God has called us to a life of worship and prayer, but often times we might find ourselves sitting toward the back of the room, looking on as others bear their souls to the Lord or pray for those around them, unsure of what that looks like in our own lives. Don’t worry, dear sister, you cannot mess this up in His eyes.

Worshiping means simply humbling yourself before your Creator. Prayer is simply your loving communication with God.

God’s promise is that when you submit to Him through worship with overabundant love that He will respond. The promise is not that your burdens will be lifted or that your life will be free of pain or hurt. The promise is that He will show up. All you need to do is come.

This is our opportunity to deepen our own lives and the lives of the women around us. To worship together, learn the life of prayer, and to personally pray over each other as we grow stronger in our relationship with the Lord.  

Jesus was the ultimate servant, and through his work, we learn that true greatness in the Kingdom of God is not based on our riches or our authority, but in serving one another. God placed each of us on this Earth to make a difference, to add to this life, and to give something back.

You were blessed to be a blessing.

Every day, the pain and suffering of Christ on the cross can be seen all around us in our brothers and sisters, broken by the struggles of this world. The beauty of servanthood is that there are no prerequisites. It requires no special gifts or talents, but simply to pray for God to give us the heart of servant, and then to obey.

Jesus was the ultimate servant, and through his work, we learn that true greatness in the Kingdom of God is not based on our riches or our authority, but in serving one another. God placed each of us on this Earth to make a difference, to add to this life, and to give something back.

You were blessed to be a blessing.

Every day, the pain and suffering of Christ on the cross can be seen all around us in our brothers and sisters, broken by the struggles of this world. The beauty of servanthood is that there are no prerequisites. It requires no special gifts or talents, but simply to pray for God to give us the heart of servant, and then to obey.