Our Story

How it all started...

Save the Nations Ministries started as a small dream to empower leaders to reach lost people with the Gospel. During a trip overseas God moved our hearts for the lost and hurting, and while talking with a pastor there he mentioned his training was basically nonexistent.

We had a clear calling at that moment to empower these pastors to reach lost people in their communities. We began traveling and training pastors across several nations teaching the basics of preaching, pastoring, and reaching the lost. In addition to this we would also host Gospel Crusades where thousands hear the gospel preached for the first time.

Expanding the vision...

As COVID broke out in early 2020 international travel ground to a halt, and suddenly we found ourselves asking God what to do as we moved forward. It was during this time God began to move us toward street missions. During my early years in ministry we had often done outreaches and services, but never on a consistent or larger scale. 
God began to move us and challenge us to not only train and reach people overseas, but to train and reach people on our own streets. We partnered with a friend in Phoenix AZ feeding and ministering to the homeless. Within a few months we launched our Nations Outreach program in Northern Arizona, which now feeds and ministers to several hundred homeless individuals each week. We provided food, prayer, love, resources and connections to Christ centered recovery, and the Gospel.

In late 2021 we expanded to plant another street outreach in Louisville, KY. We now serve over 500 bags of food or hot meals across Louisville each week as we minister to the homeless, addicted, human trafficked, and hopeless on the streets. 

Where we are headed...

In the next two years we are hoping to not only to continue to see Louisville and our Northern AZ organizations grow and reach more people, see more salvations, and see more people rescued off the street. Additionally we want to plant several new locations for street ministry in the US through the next few years.

Overseas we hope as COVID restrictions lift to see our teams travel and train 500 to 1000 pastors each year across three to four countries each year.