Changing the destiny of nations, one man, one family, one village at a time.

What We Will Do

Restoration of the Nations - What We Will DoOur goal is to give young men an opportunity at a future for him and his perspective family. They need to overcome the cycle of poverty. We will provide vocational training in carpentry, masonry, woodworking, electrical, and plumbing. In addition to classroom time there will be on the job training. For those schooling in construction there will be on-going work projects where the students will strengthen their skills and allow them to earn a wage. The students interested in woodworking will be able to sell their products in an onsite retail store. The proceeds will be used to defray expenses of the school and also provide the students wages. They will be prepared in the fundamentals of seeking out employment as well as operating their own business. Most are far behind in their education, often illiterate. Further studies in writing, reading and math will be available onsite.

Success has many measures; it is not measured by their future incomes or their careers. The true measure of success is “how does he live his life before his family, his community and his God”. It is extremely important that we talk to the young men about Jesus Christ and what He gave up in order that they have life eternal. We will introduce them to Jesus and what it means to have an intimate, personal relationship with Him. Only by walking with Restoration of the Nations - What We Will DoGod can they hope to find the path that leads to life, an abundant life. They need to learn that God cares about every aspect of their lives and He has a plan. We want them to know that life is a gift and it comes with a purpose. Man can modify behavior but only God can change a heart.

We want to prepare them to live life on their own as responsible, healthy adults. The basic life skills that would normally be passed down by parents have been missing in their lives. We will talk to them about nutrition, cooking, money management, hygiene, anger and conflict resolution, family values, and respect for others, self and authority.

In the future, there will be an onsite group home to house students who are unable to commute or who are homeless. In this environment it will allow us to interact with the students to further teach them personal and social life skills.

“The Spirit of God, the Master, is on me because God anointed me. He sent me to preach good news to the poor, heal the heartbroken, announce freedom to all captives, and pardon all prisoners… Rename them "Oaks of Righteousness" planted by God to display his glory. They'll rebuild the old ruins; they'll start over on the ruined cities, take the rubble left behind and make it new.” Is.61:1-4

“Declare His glory among the nations, His marvelous deeds among all people.” Ps. 96:3