Ministry Vision: Leveraging technology to advance Christian ministries to spread the Gospel with emphasis to Unreached People Groups (UPGs) and under resourced ministries.
Ministry Objective: We seek to serve our brothers and sisters in Christ by using our experience, skills and gifts to come alongside Christian ministries to provide practical solutions to technical problems in fulfilling the Great Commission as presented to us by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in Matthew 28:18-20.
Ministry Strategy: To come alongside Christian ministries providing technical assistance to extend and enhance their good work in a world of complex and changing technology.
Motivation: Ephesians 5:16 “making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.”
Ministry Reporting / Accountability: We commit to transparent accountability by reporting to respected ministry leadership with Harvest Alliance International as well as regularly reporting to our prayer and financial support team partners and mentors.
For over 30 years, God has impressed us with His Creative power to provide tools and techniques to bring His message of love and forgiveness to a world that is growing both in size and complexity. We realize that ministries sometimes have difficulty in working through technical problems and on occasion need help. God has allowed us to use our gift of service to help those who may not have the time or resources to resolve the technical challenges of doing ministry in the 21st century. Through our partnership with others, God is providing practical engineering assistance and extending love to those proclaiming the Gospel. Over the years we have assisted in a broad variety of ways to minister with / to brothers and sisters in Christ. Some examples are: Computer Network Design, Internet Security, Computer Systems Administration, Telephone and Communications Systems, Internet Security and Fire Alarm systems as well as Audio and Video Technology. Ancillary service includes project management to assist in facilities technology for efficiency in operations such as automation and alternative power.