1.  A Contrite Heart – the candidate must demonstrate a clear understanding of the gravity of the circumstances that led to where they presently find themselves accompanied by genuine repentance for their contributing behaviors.

2.  A Right Attitude – The candidate must be willing to take responsibility for their actions and/or own their part of the problem where there has been conflict. A right attitude includes forgiving others and giving up the “right” to blame others for what has happened.

3.  Humility – The candidate must be willing to be assessed, follow a plan of restoration and receive direction. 

4.  Accountability – The candidate must voluntarily meet regularly with a mentor for accountability, support and encouragement. This needs to be an authentic relationship as opposed to just checking in with a “parole officer”.

If these conditions are true then restoration is possible.