Guest blogger—Julie Ouellette

Powerlessness…literally and figuratively.  Have you been without power this week? No power to cool the house, cook dinner, save the food in your fridge, no school, no gas. The kind of powerlessness that can’t stop a huge tree from falling in the yard or water to flash flood, or fear to start creeping in. The [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

An Encouraging Word

Have you ever received a hand written note? I don’t know about you, but in this instant-message world, I often forget the significance of the precious gift found in a hand-written note. As a recipient, the joy felt upon receipt of a word written just for me is immense. This past weekend, I joined an [...]

By | April 26th, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

Prayer For Resurrection

On Good Friday the church universal gathers to remember the work of Christ on the cross and look forward to the promise of resurrection on Easter. Here is a prayer for resurrection for our community on this day of remembrance: “On this day, as we remember the sacrifice and pain of the crucified Christ, we [...]

By | April 14th, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

March is our most hectic month at RATL

We host spring break groups all day every day for the whole month, which makes for a full, busy, loud, tiring, but oh-so-fun thirty days. Our weeklong groups are so special to us because of the amount of time they spend with us on campus. We love our weekend groups, but there’s something incredible about [...]

By | April 11th, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

Art in the Image’s Community Mural Project with Our Students

Art in the Image’s Community Mural Project with Our Students! The following post is from an artist and close friend of RATL, Darci Jaret, who worked with the students in the afterschool center a few weeks ago to create art for our afterschool space! Our students worked with Darci to paint a large-scale mural that [...]

By | March 23rd, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

Ghetto Tourism 3

Ghetto Tourism Over the years, I have seen my fair share of “Ghetto Tourism.” These good willing suburbanites arrive to the inner-city in their church vans or SUVs to give out food, blankets, or water bottles, then drive back to their “bubble” after a quick stop by the Varsity. It’s more of a sightseeing trip [...]

By | March 10th, 2017|RATL|2 Comments

Agents of Change

Agents of Change: Thursday February 23rd was a day where the world shined a light on slavery. In 2013 a movement came about to raise awareness that 27 million people are still trapped in modern day slavery. When the movement first gained momentum, everyone began drawing a red X on their hand. It seemed like [...]

By | March 3rd, 2017|RATL|1 Comment

Little Moments

Little Moments I am not responsible for missed calls between the hours of 2:30 PM and 5:30 PM each day. I affectionately refer to this block of time as “the witching hour”. RATL’s After School program takes place during this time each afternoon and it is both the feature and the fatigue of my day. [...]

By | February 16th, 2017|RATL|0 Comments

New Computer Lab!

Last week at RATL we had the pleasure of dedicating a new addition to our after-school center, a computer lab! The computer lab was made possible by a grant from the Waffle House Foundation and was installed by students from Georgia Tech. It is already in constant use by the students, offering them access to [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|Events, Photo Gallery|0 Comments

2015 GALA

Restoration ATL’s 2015 Gala was a wonderful success. Thank you for participating, for praying, for giving and for supporting RATL. You are a blessing! [...]

By | October 17th, 2016|Events, Photo Gallery|0 Comments