Hello, thanks for your interest in Undone Redone! Undone Redone is a 501(c)3 based in Birmingham, Alabama whose purpose is to lead men and women to experience God’s grace in their brokenness as they learn to live deeply from the heart.

Undone Redone carries out its mission by making an impact in four specific areas: Men, Women, Marriage & Family, and Recovery. In order to bring about lasting change, Undone Redone helps individuals address the deep root issues that drive behavior rather than focusing primarily on the external behavior itself.

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Ministry Overview

VISION AND MISSION

VISION: Every heart living free within safe, grace-based communities.
MISSION: Leading men and women to experience God’s grace in their brokenness as they learn to live deeply from the heart.

HISTORY

2008 Melody and Traylor reconcile after 6 years of divorce.
2009 Started first recovery group for men at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church (OMPC).
2010 Melody and Traylor began walking with other individuals and couples who were dealing with infidelity and sexual brokenness. Established first women’s recovery group for spouses at OMPC.
2012 Filed for non-profit status with the IRS. (Awarded January 2014.) Held first marriage conference called Perfectly Imperfect Marriage.
2013 Launched the Undone Redone podcast.
2014 $6,000 in scholarships provided for the first Embark Men’s Recovery Intensive. Launched 5 new recovery groups for men and 1 new recovery group for spouses. Introduced men’s small groups called “Journey Groups” for discipleship, fellowship, and systematically working through the 12 steps. Fifty three men involved in these groups.
2015 Released Life Beyond Betrayal online course for women impacted by betrayal.  Launched AshleyMadisonHelp.com as a resource to equip ministry leaders and to help families.  Presented at the National Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation 2015 Summit.

Biographies

Traylor Lovvorn

Tray and Melody had been married for 11 years when Tray’s secret struggle with pornography and sexual sin ripped their family apart. After 6 years of divorce, God brought about a miraculous restoration and they reconciled and remarried. Discovering that true healing is found on the other side of pain, Tray has a passion to help men experience God’s grace in brokenness and to learn to connect deeply with others in authentic community.

Through Undone Redone, his ministry and weekly podcast, Tray and Melody provide life and marriage coaching, intensives, parenting solutions, and help churches create Christ-centered recovery groups. Tray contributes regularly to LifeWay’s Stand Firm devotional magazine for men, Love Like Jesus, and the Covenant Eyes’ blog.

Melody Lovvorn

A graduate of Samford University with a degree in music education and vocal performance, Melody was a music teacher for years before deciding to raise her children and enjoy teaching fitness for the past 21 years. Melody uncovered her husband’s betrayal in 2000, and has lived through the nightmare of having her family torn apart when her children were 5, 4, 2, and 6 months. After walking her own path of healing and wholeness, Melody and her ex-husband Tray were remarried in 2008. Along with Tray, Melody has been devoted to personally coaching and walking with others who are currently living through the pain and trauma of their partner’s betrayal. She has been committed to encouraging and walking with women for the past seven years and offers hope to betrayed spouses that there is life after their worst day. She is passionate about facilitating a weekly women’s group, educating and creating awareness to students, families and communities on prevention, protecting children in the digital age, and healthy sexuality. She also spends time building relationships with at risk women and sex trafficked victims. Melody enjoys singing, leading worship, entertaining friends, and spending time with her family.