The ministries of Restore One are designed to be a complement to the teaching and training ministries of any church; however, we present a dimension of Discipleship Training and Leadership Development that addresses not just the delivery of spiritual information, but the experience of spiritual transformation that exposes emotional immaturity, breaks the power of old strongholds, and gives an individualized, new vision from God for maturity.
Each of the ministries of Restore One is based on a training we call IDENTITY-BASED TRANSFORMATION, which addresses:
Restore One director Carter Featherston was in pastoral ministry for fifteen years after seminary with churches in TX and LA. He resigned the pastorate in 1998 to undergo intense counseling to treat his own addiction. On his journey, Carter discovered that he was completely unaware of his “blind-spot,” his shame-based identity, and the false self he created as a pastor to hide behind. Out of his discoveries, his life changed at the level of identity, and Carter came to discover the power of identity-based transformation. The level of healing in his own journey makes him uniquely qualified to speak to the issues of strongholds and shame in both the individual person’s life as a disciple and leader as well as in the life and culture of a church.
Fredericksburg, Texas, United States
July 28, 2017 - July 30, 2017