Welcome to Renewed Treasures Ministries:
Transitional Home for Men and Women
Faith-Based Recovery Programs
Parenting and Life-Skills
Renewed Treasures Ministries of Springfield, Missouri is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization whose transitional housing and recovery programs serve men & women coming out of Life Controlling Issues.
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824 West Commercial St, Springfield Mo 65803
Renewed Treasures Ministries
We are men & women committed to staying free from incarceration, addiction, domestic violence, homelessness, and other life-controlling issues. We support other men & women in making and maintaining this same commitment. Additionally, we assist individuals involved in Renewed Treasures Ministries in developing the tools and life-skills necessary to become productive citizens: we support Renewed Treasures Ministries in reestablishing their family relationships and child custody as well as in employment and permanent housing.Renewed Treasure Ministries helps build God-fearing men and woman,nurturing mothers and father, and good neighbors who give back to society.
Our Core Beliefs
We believe that every man and woman, regardless of their past, can be redeemed.
We believe that a personal relationship with Jesus Christ is essential to each individual can recovery.
We believe that success is possible when a individual surrenders to Christ and accepts support: SURRENDER > SUPPORT > SUCCESS
We believe that when a individual becomes healthy in all respects—spiritual, emotional, physical, and economic—only then will he or she will become successful.
We believe that the most effective mentoring comes from other peers who have themselves broken the chains of addiction, incarceration, violence, homelessness, and toxic lifestyles..
The People We Serve
We serve men and women eighteen years and older who are coming out of incarceration, addiction, domestic violence, homelessness, and other-life controlling issues. Men and woman whom we accept into our transitional residence programs must demonstrate a desire to change and grow and succeed. We take the following as measures of their success: staying clean and sober and out of incarceration; rebuilding healthy family relationships (including child custody); achieving financial stability; finding permanent homes outside of our residence programs; giving back to the community.
Renewed Treasures Ministries takes 2nd Chronicles 20.17 as its Scriptural motto:
“Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Go out to face them tomorrow, and the Lord will be with you.”
As the Bible tells us, Jerusalem and all of Judah was under assault by invading armies so massive that the Jewish people didn’t stand a chance on their own. They cried out to the Lord, and He answered with a prophecy (2 Chron. 20.15-17):
“Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s…. You will not have to fight this battle. Take up your positions; stand firm and see the deliverance the Lord will give you, Judah and Jerusalem. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Go out to face them tomorrow, and the Lord will be with you.”
For several reasons, this passage is of mighty importance to Renewed Treasures Ministries. It’s not the combined forces of the “Moabites and Ammonites with some of the Meunites” (2 Chron. 20.1) that our men and woman have faced: the battles they have fought—and, when left on their own, have lost—are against addictions and domestic violence and bad parenting and bad choices of lifestyle. But, once they’ve learned to give themselves fully to God, their own victory is assured. For God will be with them in their daily struggles. Renewed Treasures Ministries men and women, like the faithful daughters of Judah, “will not have to fight” their battles alone. They may come to us battered and broken but, restored in Christ, they’re given the strength and skills and confidence they need to succeed.
And so we teach ourmen and women the wisdom of 2nd Chronicles 20.17: “Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Go out to face life’s challenges, “and the Lord will be with you.”