What We Do!

WHAT IS PPR?

Proverbial Peace Revived is a federally certified (501c3) and Georgia registered non-profit community outreach organization, faith-based in its purpose, directives and operations. It was founded in 2002 to empower the emotionally wounded and spiritually broken to release, forgive, and heal from the traumas of past hurt, and live purposeful, successful lives. The focus is to empower individuals who have been emotionally wounded and spiritually broken by the traumas of rape, molestation, domestic violence or other family crises to embrace forgiveness, healing, and hope to live productive, purpose-driven lives. The mission and vision are accomplished through structured training, conferences, coaching and life skills programs.


VISION STATEMENT

To see individuals restored from traumatic life events and empowered to live healthy, productive, purposed driven lives.


MISSION STATEMENT

To empower individuals who have been emotionally wounded and spiritually broken by the traumas of rape, molestation, domestic violence or other family crises to embrace forgiveness, healing, hope and purpose through training, conferences, coaching and life skills programs.


ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS

The organization is purposed to achieve the following goals:

1. To encourage growth, forgiveness and release through developmental training and faith-based coaching to achieve healing, peace, and fulfilling success.

2. To promote a greater understanding of how to master positive life skills despite negative life experiences to maintain successful, enduring, and supportive relationships.

3. To provide a forum for individuals in crisis to become self-reliant and self-sufficient in improving their lives and eliminating hindrances to achieving life-long goals.

4. To encourage and support youth empowerment for teens in at-risk situations by providing mentorship, training and education as alternatives to negative responses to challenging circumstances. The youth initiatives are focused on teens in foster care and the juvenile justice systems.