About Our Ministry

A message to resonate with every soul...conveniently categorized by lifestyle.

Restoration Theological Ministries is a never-for-profit labor of love dedicated to sharing this one message

—that Jesus Christ has restored His original, New Testament church
, with all of its...

  • authority and life-changing power...
  • access to divine guidance and focus on individual accountability... and...
  • truth about the how and why of human happiness, meaning, purpose, and destiny...

In all deadly seriousness, we declare that God Himself has promised to reveal the truth of these claims to any person, of whatever background, who will honestly investigate them and sincerely ask to know.

Our ministry is to build a portfolio of resources that members and friends of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can use to share this message with purpose, clarity, and power.  Regardless of worldview or life experiences, your friends and neighbors desire happiness—and the Restoration has a message to resonate with them...

...if they can just hear it "in their own language."

After that, sharing the Restoration becomes easy, natural, and positive.

Note that the point of these resources is not to prove the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is “right.”  It is to persuade men and women, in a way they personally understand, that there’s enough of a case

and enough personal good to be gained

—that it’s worth the simple effort it takes to find out themselves, from God, if this message is true.

If nothing else, we hope everyone encountering these resources goes home with something to think about.

So take a moment and see if we have a resource to help one of your friends—or to share one you know will help others.  


About the Editor

David Blen Nance attended BYU and Texas A&M where he studied business. His special interests include an eternal quest to be a better husband and dad in Christ, comparative religion, and an obsession with the impact of social forces on human happiness.  He lives with his wife and 5 kids in Upstate New York. 
David Nance, wife Ashley, and 5 children.

Restoration Theological Ministries strives to faithfully represent the beliefs and practices of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but we are not an official publication of the Church or any of its subsidiaries. Any errors or omissions are our own.


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