You were made in the image of God.
Is it time for some restoration?
The visual and the metaphor for The Restoration Project is Leonardo da Vinci’s painting the Last Supper. In the mid-1970s, before the most recent restoration, it was a beautiful image that was evocative but incomplete. This was due to a faulty surface foundation, the ravages of time and several botched restoration attempts. In 1978 they began the most thorough and careful restoration ever. Over the twentyone years when they worked, the restorers discovered colors, details and facial expressions that hadn’t been seen for centuries. Restoration revealed beauty and clarity.
Like this beloved painting, we also have need for restoration work to be closer to our image made by the hand of the master artist. What divine beauty is waiting to be revealed in you?
The Restoration Project is based on three core assumptions:
Over the last decade, with the help of many of my brothers and sisters in Christ, we have developed a structure that reframes and reworks ancient spiritual wisdom for today’s disciples. The Restoration Project provides a loving structure for the restoration, through Jesus, of the image of God in us.
Christians in California, New York, Missouri, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Virginia are successfully using this structure. We invite you to join us.
Start by exploring this website and the four elements of this loving structure: a rhythm of life, a series of basic classes, a book and, at the heart, Discipleship Groups.
Or contact Christopher at Christopher@TheRestorationProject.net