Our Mission Statement
TeamofGod.org encourages all to read and study the Bible in order to understand the will of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We want you to find comfort and joy with the word of God; it will change your life. We encourage the saved to become better informed and for the lost to obtain salvation. We will spend all the time necessary to help anyone understand what the Bible says about any subject.
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This mission is not associated with any one denomination nor do we recommend one denomination over the other; there are many parts to the body of Christ.
In addition to encouraging everyone to read and study the Bible, we also have undertaken a number of projects and support to help those in the US and outside the US. Recent projects include getting Bibles to the rural areas of Lira and to Kyeitabya Village in Uganda. We set up a Bible study class at a campground in SC, helped abused women in Houston, Texas, created the “Touch His Cloak,” hygiene assistance program for women in Northern Uganda, delivered mosquito netting in South Sudan and provided a fellowship hall for the Copeland Baptist Church in the Florida Everglades. On-line we cover various thoughts under the Discussion tab. We ask that you keep us in prayer and join us if you can!
We also encourage support for “A Hero’s Tribute”, www.aherostribute.org, which offers without charge, online memorials for fallen military, police and firefighting heroes. And if you can, donate so we can continue support to our brothers and sisters throughout the world. Blessings!
“Even so faith, if it has no works, is dead, being by itself” (James 2:17). We are to give, serve, and minister to others bringing glory to God in the name of Jesus.
TeamofGod.org’s goal is to advance the Lord’s love through humanitarian aid and charitable works by assisting small churches, groups, and individuals with their challenges. We take seriously the needs of others and try to offer help in the way of funding, resources, project management, and most importantly, prayer.