The House of Restoration is a drug-free, alcohol-free, smoke-free, long-term living facility. Its doors are open to the lost, the broken, the neglected, those individuals who are in need of a change. Men from every path and past imaginable are welcome, the only requirement is a desire to change their life. The men in the home are taught biblical truths in order to train them to be disciples of Jesus Christ so that they may live to the full potential God intended for their life. The home has a productive daily routine that all must adhere to. Each day is begun with prayer, followed by a series of bible studies. The remainder of the day is spent doing a variety of community service tasks, evangelizing as well as helping other ministries. These activities are referred to as Hands On Training or HOT. Loitering is not permitted.
The home is a Mission for men who are in need of help and is a financially independent ministry born out of a pastor's heart. HOR is not government funded nor does it receive any funding from any other source. The majority of its needs are met through donations; private, as well as those made by various business establishments. House of Restoration is a self-supported home and is recognized by the state of Texas as a 501c3 non-profit organization.
If you or someone you know is interested in entering the home or just in need of prayer, feel free to contact us at (210) 584-9125. Any questions or concerns may be directed to the same. If you are interested in making a donation, go to the Giving page or contact us directly.
HOUSE OF RESTORATION
House of Restoration has always believed in unity and the importance of focusing on building up God's kingdom, not building up a church. Our motto is Kingdom Minded, always United, and never Divided. With that in mind we believe in collaboration with other churches and ministries to help further the Kingdom. Fabian Ybarra is serving as the Executive Director and Pastor. So, if you or someone you know is in need, please contact us immediately.
“With all lowliness and meekness, with long suffering, fore-bearing one another in love. Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.” - Ephesians 4:2, 3