OMPC members. Jason McNaughton and Michele Bullock have joined our staff, increasing our services to include individual counseling for adult and adolescent males, families and survivors of trauma and sexual abuse.
Impact Outside the Office
We continue to make our biggest "numbers" impact through the distribution of Idol Addiction and Unhitching From the Crazy Train. Offered in DVD's, CD's and a downloadable format, these eight-week courses have been viewed or heard by literally thousands of people across the nation by practically every Christian denomination. On a broader scale, cross-cultural missionaries have taken our materials to at least 7 different countries including Africa, India, Australia, China, South America and more.
Throughout the year, we have opportunities to engage audiences through retreats, conferences and lectures in churches, schools and homes. Our podcast, Head to Heart, blog, website and Facebook page keeps our message current and relevant to increasing numbers of those receiving truth through the portal of technology.
Our Prayer Requests
God is continually expanding our outreach and impact at Restore. Because of the increasingly hostile and litigious environment in which we work, pray for us as we intentionally commit to the message of the gospel as our guiding treatment modality. Yes, as counselors we are dedicated to exercising best-practice methods and research, but God’s Word and truth frame all other theoretical approaches. This is not a popular concept, especially in counseling circles, as such, pray that God would protect our ministry as we commit to provide affordable, biblically-sound counseling.
Pray for our personal protection as we strive to walk with Christ in humility and integrity. Pray for our marriages and our children. Also, pray for the provision of a larger, more affordable office space. Currently, we have two counseling rooms for four counselors. And lastly, pray for more clients and more opportunities to serve.
Thank you for considering our mission and praying for our needs.
Julie Sparkman and Jennifer Ervin
Posted: 7.8.2016 in Missions Share: