We are actively involved in supporting more than 35 missionaries on 5 continents and we partner with Convoy of Hope and Priority One in their projects that have a global impact.
Every year we partner with FeedONE, a Convoy of Hope initiative that provides food and clean water for children worldwide for only $10 per child each month. Currently, SLC is sponsoring a school in Tanzania and an orphanage in Haiti. When our church supports a FeedONE community, we not only open the door to food, education, clean water but to the Gospel.
For more info on FeedONE, visit their website. If you want to sign up online to help FeedONE, or more than one, we have a special Sound Life Church FeedONE page.
Mission Forward helps us engage fully as devoted disciples and allows us to fund our missions and compassion efforts locally and globally. This is our brand new way of giving above and beyond tithes to move the Mission Forward. Prayerfully consider how God would want you to personally engage this process as part of the SLC family.
As a faith-based, nonprofit organization, Convoy of Hope has helped more than 80 million people throughout the world by sharing food, water, emergency supplies, agricultural know-how, and opportunities that empower people to live independent lives, free from poverty, disease and hunger.
Convoy of Hope does this through mobilizing tens of thousands of volunteers each year, and partnering with churches, businesses, individuals and other humanitarian organizations who are intent on doing good work among the impoverished and suffering.
Priority One is dedicated to Christian leadership development through the building of Bible Training Centers around the world.
They work closely with leadership development organizations around the world by responding to their urgent and long-term needs. They fund bricks and mortar solutions including classrooms, dormitories and libraries but have also delivered e-readers loaded with curriculum, financed water wells, and provided motorcycles and bicycles to pastors serving remote areas.