Soldiers Of The Cross "SOTC" is a California 501C3 registered Non-Profit.
The Ministry of SOTC is to come beside and support other Ministries that have a passion and goal to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ and help them with funding and man power. Whether we are praying one on one to bring one man into the Kingdom or building a million dollar facility to house at risk women and children, we do everything to honor and lift up the name of our savior JESUS CHRIST!
Rev. Darwin Benjamin: Darwin has the ability to capture a crowd with his humor and telling it like it is. He can relate to all ethnics and backgrounds. He can captivate his audience with a heartfelt and challenging message. You can count whether in public, or private schools, he will aid students to change their outlook on life decisions. He brings an abstinence, anti-gang, anti-drug talk that students can relate to. He has 20 years experience working with the high risk youth and knows how to related to them helping them reach positive decisions for their destiny in life. No matter where he speaks, lives are changed by the powerful testimony he shares. We hope you will get to witness as to what he brings will impact lives as God uses him in such a dynamic way. He has a way of using his motivational speaking to help many find their way to Jesus. He's preaching is just another tool God has anointed him with. We hope you are blessed to have him come and share at your next event, prisons, church or school.
We are a large community of believers who desperately seek to glorify Jesus in thankfulness for what he has done for us. We actively seek to serve others joyfully, so whether you are new to the Christian faith, have been a long-time believer, or simply want to check it out, we would be honored to walk alongside you. Our Sunday morning services are held at 10:00 AM. Our morning services always contain singing, preaching of the Word, confession, and prayer.
Mission Aviation Fellowship
There are people who, simply because of where they were born, will never have the chance at the same life many of us in the developed world enjoy. A life where their children can go to school, where they can get medical care, where they can get help when disaster strikes, where they can experience the love of Jesus.
Millions of people around the world live cut-off from all this and more by either geographic barriers—like jungles, mountains, and deserts—or by social, political, or religious barriers.
Our vision is to see isolated people changed by the love of Christ.
Our ministry is made up of three parts: a men’s home, women’s home, and a church home. All three share the goal of providing people a safe and healthy place to grow their relationships with God and each other.
Our campus includes a completely remodeled housing facility where up to 30 men and 20 women can experience Christian living. Our programs are designed for people who want freedom from addictions and destructive lifestyles and to seek the restoration of their families. We do this through hard work, learning about God’s love, and Christian mentoring.
The local church is charged with the spiritual growth and sanctification of every member. In the context of the local church oftentimes there is a lack of knowledge on how to counsel using Scripture alone to address issues in the lives of members. MDM seeks to meet this need by training believers who are passionate about applying the sufficiency of Scripture to address all problems of life. The approach is two-fold. The primary goal is to equip people for biblical counseling through a proven two-year training program in preparation to pursue the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) certification in biblical counseling. In addition, Making Disciples Ministries seeks to equip church leaders (pastors, elders, deacons, directors, small group leaders, Sunday school teachers) to use biblical counseling principles to disciple one another in the body
The Mission was originally founded by my parents, Steve and Cathy Horner. They were middle class business owners, living in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was through seemingly "ordinary" people that God chose to do something absolutely miraculous. As we follow where the Lord is calling, it has led to many different places. We are now working in three nations and providing much more than orphan-care. Although it is an integral part of the solution to the immediate problem, we are creating programs and facilities that teach what it means to have a healthy family of their own. We are taking care of the orphaned, all while relentlessly fighting to see entire families restored, prospering and healthy.
Sam Childers (born 1963), also known as the Machine Gun Preacher, is an American motorcyclist, author, and humanitarian. A former member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, Childers became well known after Dateline NBC's (Keith Morrison and Tim Sandler) story about him and his interactions with Joseph Kony (leader of the Lord's Resistance Army) in 2005 and now dedicates his life and resources to rescue children in the war zone of South Sudan. Childers and his wife Lynn founded and operate Angels of East Africa, the Children's Village Orphanage in Nimule, South Sudan, where they currently have around 185 children in their care. Childers also has orphanages and homes in Uganda and Ethiopia with another 160 children in his organisation's care.