Copyright © All rights reserved. Made By Loren Ullom.

What missionaries who have come are saying!!


Dear Brent and Ruth:


I just wanted to say how much our time with you and your family meant to us!  First of all, when we first contacted you last year in the fall from Poland, you ministered to us incredibly as we were going through an incredible crisis for our family.  Your counsel and prayer helped us so much to rise above the crisis and see it from God's perspective.


You were a life jacket for us in the stormy sea.  Each time I emailed you, you were able to lead us further in our journey.  Then we actually were blessed to be able to come to Oregon and spend a week with you and your precious family.  Our children hit it off from the beginning and had so much fun exploring the gorgeous property you have and the surrounding area.  What a place to be refreshed and ministered to in!  Our hearts latched on to yours and we hope God will enable us to return for an even longer stay next time.


Thank you for reaching out to us--and allowing God to use your gifts and wisdom to help us through the hardest time of our life and ministry.


We pray more people will hear about this possibility for their families - and ministry.


May God continue to use you and your family for His Kingdom.  Thank you for your love and care - that we feel in a deep way even today.


--------------------------------------


“We came to He Restoreth Ministries knowing that the Lord is our Comforter and Healer.  Through Godly counsel, times of solitude, nature, and community with the Ulloms, we came back refreshed and ready to move forward.”   


               --------------------------------------

“Thank you for providing us these days of rest, rejuvenation, and reflection in such quiet, lovely surroundings.  We have been blessed and encouraged.”


High points for them included “solitude, quiet restful reflection, the canoes and lake, paths for walking, time spent talking with Brent.”


 


1. Prepare Prepare families for crisis and stress they will face especially on the field and in full time ministry.  Actions: teaching, counseling, seminars, “pretreats”.  

2. Protect  Work to protect families and individuals during crisis and high stress.  Act as a counselor, consultant, and go-between to advise the mission organization, congregation, etc. on how to best help these families or individuals.  

3. Provide  Provide a place of retreat and restoration for families and individual.