Announcing the Wildflower Ranch
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We are thrilled to announce the Wildflower Ranch, the first Residential Child Care Facility in Colorado for minor, female victims of human trafficking
Want the inside scoop? Come to our open house on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014, any time between 4-8pm. At:
Community Bible Study
790 Stout Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
There will be a virtual tour of the facility, information about the program, question and answer time, and more information about how you can get involved.
Give A Home Warming Gift
We’re registered as “Restore Innocence” at Bed, Bath, and Beyond, as well as Target. Gift cards are also most welcome. For more information, you can call us at (719) 425-9405, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Long Time Coming
When we started Restore Innocence, we knew two things for a fact. One, this is God’s ministry; everything we do is for Him. Two, this ministry was about bringing people together. “The greatest commandment is this: Love God and Love Each other.” That’s what we’re about. There is a peace that has come through this, knowing Restore Innocence is so much greater than us takes the pressure off. It’s not about how great we perform, the people we know or the resources we have. It all comes down to God – He will perform the miracles, He will bring the people and He will provide the resources. And He has!
Wildflower Ranch is a retreat type home where young girls who have been victims of human trafficking can find rest, healing, joy and beauty as well as counseling, therapy, education and so much more.
Wildflower Ranch, the dream and vision God gave us four years ago is finally coming true! Wildflower Ranch is a retreat type home where young girls who have been victims of human trafficking can find rest, healing, joy and beauty as well as counseling, therapy, education and so much more.
The Meaning Behind Wildflower Ranch
After one of our first prayer meetings for Restore Innocence ended, a friend looked up at me and said God gave him a vision. I personally had never had someone share a vision with me before that was about me so I was a little excited and a little skeptical. The vision made me cry. He said, I saw you in the middle of a dry and dusty field, yoked with two buckets of water. You were taking one scoop of water at a time and watering the field. You were exhausted but joyful. There was a gate and as you looked up, people started walking through and they started helping you water the field. At that time, when the vision was shared, it was a relief. For so long Jason and I felt so alone and felt the burden on our shoulders of getting this ministry going. This vision was God’s way of telling me that we weren’t alone and God was sending people to help. And He did! Well four years later in my heart I see that field and it is no longer dry and barren but it is full of wildflowers, growing and thriving.
Our hearts are overflowing with joy at the opportunity we have to launch this program beginning of 2015. Our hearts are also heavy with the reality that we need a home like this, that there are girls (and boys) being abused in unspeakable ways, every day, every hour, but we are thankful we can do something about it. We hope you will join with us as we continue to move ahead and blaze the trail set before us!