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Love Restored endeavors to create a bilingual rescue center aimed at society's most vulnerable. Our prayer is to build relationships with women and their children that display the Gospel of Jesus Christ in everyday life. We seek to take an active role in their development as independent, self-supporting, Christ-following adults. We believe this restoration of their true identity in Christ will begin a Gospel movement throughout the Dominican Republic.

Our efforts will concentrate on teaching women and their children to Pray as God's people, Seek Jesus in all things, Set their hearts and goals towards eternity, Abide with Jesus in a loving community of faith, Value themselves for the worth they have to the Father, and Celebrate the freedom found in being God's new creation. By providing a staff of equippers and volunteers through the integrating of ministry partners, mission trips and internships, we will stir their affections for Jesus, knowing that the Holy Spirit will both empower and Send them to fulfill their role in the mission of God. 

In the long run, we will network with ministries, missions organizations, churches, universities, and businesses to create opportunities for the  most vulnerable and push this Gospel movement deeper into the dark streets where the poor, the orphan, and the homeless, are continually exploited.  


Ministry Phases 

Phase I: Vision Casting & Donor Development  

  • Raise support to achieve full funding 

  • Develop social media network 

Phase II: Dominican Culture Integration 

  • Move to the Dominican Republic 

  • Learn Spanish   


Phase III: Ministry Research 

  • Research areas that are hotspots for exploitation

  • Formalize partnerships with local ministries 

  • Develop a team

  • Expand political and legal connections

Phase IV: Advance Campus Vision & Program ​

  • ​Develop relationships within our community that are intended to engage the defenseless  

  • Acquire land for residential safe house campus

  • Construct safe houses

  • Develop staff and volunteer leaders

Phase V: Ministry Development

  • Develop program entrance assessments

  • Establish facilities for skills training

  • Increase opportunities for education


Phase VI: Launch Rescue Program

  • Extend reception invitations 

  • First safe house admission 


Phase VII: Ministry Expansion

  • Hire additional staff as needed

  • Acquire additional property for project development

  • Evaluate ministry model for reproducibility

  • Train indigenous leaders to assume mission responsibility

For more information regarding future phases, please contact us. 

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