We do not want to risk the cost of our time, talent, or treasure, and we do not deem ourselves competent to pray. Consequently, we work offline from God, limiting our encounters with Him.
Worship Team Training interview with Mitch about restoration, authenticity and social justice beyond Sunday morning! Click here to listen.
The lock on the spiritual heart is pride. That hard-heartedness leads to foolishness, the antithesis of wisdom. Pride leads to choices that separate us from restoring the four chambers of our spiritual hearts. How will you flip the switch of your heart? Download Worksheet
God has placed a box inside each one of us, the box of the spiritual heart. When we are locked an dunrestored we are proud and harsh. Learn how to unlock and restore your proud heart.
A study of Proverbs gives us five stages of fools from the Hebrew language. Just like the sand heart of the younger son and the stone heart of the older son, this list represents a cycle of a hard heart — from gullible to godless. Have you been a fool? Download Worksheet
The pursuit of our desires apart from God causes us to neglect our faith because we seek satisfaction of our desires from elusive pursuits apart from God. How have you been loosely chosen, thought, prayed or wanted satisfaction of your desires? Download Worksheet
Is your faith more about do’s (Do go to church. Do have it all together) and don’ts (Don’t drink. Don’t go to R-rated movies)? Keeping rules won’t save you or transform you. Only the Restorer can do both. In this chapter Mitch shares about his own story of surrender.
Do you fear you’ve wandered too far away from God to receive His love and forgiveness? Mitch reviews Jesus’ family tree to prove that no one, absolutely no one, is beyond God’s redeeming love.
Join Mitch as he travels through his book Restoration Road, a journey that God can use to restore you to the authentic design He intended.
Listen to Mitch’s latest radio show on WBCL.
God’s Blueprint for Success (Prov. 24:3-4) Listen Now!
When it is wise to compromise, compete, accommodate, avoid, or collaborate
How conflict presents a choice that leads to change which affects community that creates conflict.
How to restore a living hope through surrender (1 Peter 1:3-9). Listen Now!