Care Team

(612) 656-9320
Call or text 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Email: care@restorationcov.org

At Restoration, we want you to know that our church strives to be a place where God’s hope and healing can be experienced firsthand. For that reason, we have a Care Team that is ready to help guide you through transitions, to pray with you and to connect you with helpful resources. Through life experiences or formal education (or both), the Care Team is ready to be messengers of hope and healing even in the most difficult of circumstances. Give us a call or text at (612) 656-9320 and we will do everything we can to make sure you are cared for 24/7. Team members take turns answering messages and we prayerfully connect you with the person who would be a good match based on gender, life experience, schedule and other factors. If you would like to connect with a specific person, please let us know.
 

Team Members

Chris Davis graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (2003) and a Master’s degree in Theological Studies and Pastoral Care from Bethel Seminary (2011). His focused graduate-level training in pastoral care to youth has proved beneficial in building especially strong relationships with this age group. Chris has more than a decade of working with youth and families through his experiences as a teacher (both internationally and locally), as a church staff member and through the startup of an online ministry focusing on the spiritual needs of high school and college age men. Special areas of interest and ministry experience include prayer and accountability, mentoring and discipleship, ministry to “pastor’s kids” and “missionary kids,” homeless and at-risk youth, sexual purity and other roadblock issues affecting youth and their relationships with Christ.

Ann Fleming graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication with a minor in Theatre Arts in 1994 from The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She has her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Bethel Seminary and is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (LAMFT). She has worked with children and families in a variety of settings for 18 years and is currently employed at Twin Cities Play Therapy Center. Ann is the spouse of a National Guard officer and has experience working with military families during the cycle of deployment and reintegration. Her additional counseling experience includes working with adults with disabilites and individuals wrestling with weight management and body image issues. Special areas of interest: attachment, trauma, parenting and child behavior issues.

Rob Jacobson graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Education in 1998 from South Dakota State University and a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies From Bethel Seminary in 2012. Rob currently serves as the lead pastor of Restoration Covenant Church. He has 14 years of experience in pastoral ministry including teaching, spiritual formation, outreach, youth/students, families and care. His care and counseling experience includes pre-marital preparation focusing on communication, conflict resolution, sex/intimacy, finance and integrating faith in marriage and family. Additional experience includes working with families, youth and adults with life choice and future path discernment.