Hope Restoration Ministries through the dedication of its pastoral Shepherd and General Overseer, Rev. Reuben Chizor, has been actively involved in the extension of medical and health care services to the needy communities especially in the third world region. Using the expertise of medically trained members of Hope Restoration (doctors, nurses, social workers) and in conjunction with other charitable health care agencies, Hope Restoration has provided public health awareness in addition to diagnostic and treatment opportunities in very undeserved areas of the third world, particularly in Nigeria and is in the process of extending its health care activities to other needy areas. To get involved contact Pastor Ifeyinwa.
The Vision of HRW Ministry is to empower, strengthen, and encourage women to their full potential in God by helping women gain knowledge and understanding of God.
Our Ministry will provide opportunities for women to identify and use our unique
Gifts for the purpose of harvesting other women for God’s kingdom.
Ogechi Mitchell, MPA
Women Leader since 2011. Mrs. Mitchell enjoys mentoring individuals aspiring to be leaders inside and outside of the Ministry. Part of her duty as the Women’s Leader is to develop good discipleship among the Women as it pertains to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She modeled her life’s philosophy on Wilfred Peterson’s quote: “Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful, the doers, and the successful people with their heads in the cloud and with their feet on the ground”. After all, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another”
(Proverbs 27:17, NIV), in other words, let their spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world better than you found it.
On a personal note, Mrs. Mitchell is married to Karl Mitchell and resides in Queens, New York. Additionally, she is the third of six siblings of Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Amadi. On a professional note, Mrs. Mitchell is an executive with ICL-one of the leading and largest nonprofit organizations in the United States. At ICL, Mrs. Mitchell has progressively moved up the corporate ranks since 1994. Currently, she is the Vice President of Quality Assurance and Improvements for ICL’s Mental Health Services