Restore faith in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
restore trust in (redirected from restore faith in)
restore someone's trust in something and restore someone's belief in something; restore someone's faith in something
to reinstate someone's belief, faith, trust, etc., in something. I knew that a good performance on the test would restore my parents' belief in me. Her faith was restored in the government.
References in periodicals archive
We hope that the Washington legislature will follow Governor Gregoire's lead and work to pass this important pilot project in 2007 which will help restore faith in
the judicial system.
CalCPA remains committed to ensuring that reforms are enacted which restore faith in
the profession and our financial markets.
Swift and appropriate action to restore faith in
the once highly-regarded lab is vital.
Already garnering accolades, Cherie was described by Billboard as "an artist to restore faith in
music" and earned AOL Music Breaker status as an artist to watch.