About Us

Mike with an Orphan

The very nature of the acronym S.O.S. states our purpose:  Seekers OSouls.  For even the Apostle Paul declared that he was not seeking his own profit or gain, but seeking “the profit of many, that they may be saved.  Be imitators of me, just as I also am of Christ.”  (I Cor. 10:33-11:1)  Pursuing those who are hopeless so they may become believers of our Lord has become our vision and passion in following both the example of Christ and Paul.  Though the Lord is the one who convicts, draws, and saves, He has called all believers to seek out the lost and bear witness to His message of redemption.  As echoed in the words of the dear Apostle in the book of Romans, we too desire to have “beautiful feet”.

We also strive and aspire to minister to the physical need of man in keeping with Matt. 25:31-45, “For when I was hungry you gave me something to eat, when I was thirsty you gave me something to drink…”

Example:  Mark 6:34-44 – When Jesus saw the large crowd, he had compassion on them because of their helplessness, so he began to teach them many things all day (vs. 34).  Then, knowing the hour was late and there was no food, He fed them (vs. 35-44).

What Jesus saw with His eyes (saw their helplessness), affected His heart (moved with compassion), stimulating His mouth to speak truth (taught them many things), and leading His hands to provide for them (giving bread and fish to everyone).

“We are a Faith-Based Ministry”:

We are a faith-based ministry.  That means 100% of the funds we need to live and work on are donated by fellowships, businesses and people who believe as we do.  We are trusting God to provide for our needs.  Therefore, we seek to be a blessing and a challenge in regards to missions whenever possible and trust that God will touch the hearts of those whom should be involved financially in the work.  We will trust that you, in fellowship with God, can determine if it is His will for you to support us.

As a non-for-profit, tax exempted organization (501 c3), any and all donations are used for its designated purpose and are tax deductible.