Board of Directors

Carolyn Curtis, President, FL
Diana Guiliano, Secy/Treasurer, FL
William Slater, TN
Dale Brown, AL
Mike Cominski, NC

Office Staff

Diana Guiliano, Office Manager
Alice Thomas, Assistant

Special Projects

David Dow, FL

Advisory Board

Mike Cominski, NC
Ted Martens, NJ
Alice Thomas, FL

Statement of Faith

  • The Bible is the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God.
  • God created the heaven and the earth.
  • There is only one God, forever existent in three persons: Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
  • The deity of our LORD Jesus Christ; His virgin birth; His sinless life; His miracles; His atoning death; His shed blood: His bodily resurrection; His ascension into Heaven and His personal return.
  • Man is a lost sinner, therefore in need of salvation by the convicting of the Holy Spirit.
  • The Holy Spirit changes the new Christian; indwells, instructs, seals, reproves and guides the believer, fills and controls every life that is wholly yielded to Him.
  • Salvation is the free gift of God offered to man by His grace and received by repentance and personal faith in the LORD Jesus Christ.
  • Baptism by immersion after salvation is an act of obedience to the LORD.
  • The person who is saved has a bodily resurrection and the unsaved person will be judged and cast into the lake of fire.
  • Satan is real and he is an enemy to the work of the LORD, but we can have victory over him by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony.

Therefore, in the light of this our faith and our resolve, we enter into a solemn covenant with God and with each other, to pray, to plan and to work together with congregations, individuals, and other ministries for the evangelism of the whole world. We call upon others to join us. May God help us by His grace and for His glory to be faithful to this our mission! Amen, Alleluia!

Regional Leaders

Dale & Dorothy Brown, AL
Patty Mills, AL
Carolyn Curtis, FL
Alice Thomas, FL
Diana Guiliano, FL
John Schultz, IN
Joyce Weaver, IN
Scott Weaver, IN
Chris Domenech, NJ
Lavanya Milton, NJ
Joe Russo, NY
Stephanie Curtis, OH
Stephen Slater, PA
Bill Newsom, TN
Jonathan Watson, VA


Discipleship is more than just Bible study.  It is more than going to church on Sundays. In fact, it is a lot more than that. It is something very personal and special. How did Jesus disciple his followers (Disciples)? What did he do?

Jesus poured his life into each Disciple. He invested a lot of time with them. He ministered to them. He taught them what the scriptures meant. He loved them, all in a very personal way. Sometimes they were in a group, other times Jesus was with them one on one. In both cases, Jesus supernaturally poured himself into his Disciples and God has called us to do the same thing to each other.

This is what real discipleship is. Unfortunately we rarely see people do this for each other. But by the grace of God, we are asking everyone who reads this to join us. Join with us in our circle of life;


Depending on where the person lives that you lead in the prayer to receive Jesus will determine if you are able to meet with them in person or not. There are other considerations to take into account. The following is a list of “dos and don’ts” to help you get started on the right track in your desire to disciple someone and/or have someone disciple you.

  • Men should disciple men, and women should disciple women. I know it sounds old fashioned but this is the best way. SOS can help you find someone to disciple anyone, anywhere. Just give us a call and we will do our best to help you find an appropriate person to disciple someone.
  • If you are under 21 years of age, only disciple people your own age.
  • If you are under 21 years of age and not in the same area as the person you would like to disciple, contact us and we will find someone for you.
  • Be a real friend. Make yourself available. Meet with them once a week or twice a month for prayer, Bible study and to just hang out.
  • Don’t act like you are super spiritual. Don’t be condescending or think you know it all. You don’t. Lift them up. Be encouraging. Be positive. Be an encouraging force in their life.
  • Don’t do this out of obligation. If you have this attitude, you are better off playing golf or doing something else. Only disciple someone if you want the love of Jesus to be spread from your life into another’s life.
  • This is not a sprint, it is a marathon. It is going to take time. So don’t be in a hurry. It can take as much as a couple of years. But it will be worth it.

The series of Bible Lessons on the home page is designed to educate you and the person you are teaching into a deeper and lasting relationship with God. These are the basics. The Bible has much more to teach but this will help you build a solid sustainable foundation. The Bible Lessons were compiled by Porter Barrington using the New King James Version – © 1992 by Thomas Nelson, Inc.

It is suggested you study the lessons in the order given; one each day or one a week (a little bit every day). When you have completed the series of lessons you will know more about the New Testament than you ever thought possible. If you review these lessons often, you will continue to grow in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Our Mission

Church Growth

Event Evangelism

“And Jesus came and spoke to them saying, all authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen.” Matthew 28:18-20 (KJV).

Our Vision:

At this point in time, the United States is our primary target. Our vision is for Evangelism and Discipleship. We want to see millions of people led into a close relationship with God through Christ Jesus in every town, city, county and state in America and around the world.

Our Strategies:

  1. Event and marketplace evangelism.
  2. Partnerships with local congregations,
    individuals and other ministries.
  3. Provide training on how to lead people to
  4. Facilitate foundational Bible teaching for
    new believers.
  5. The teaching of new believers on how
    to replicate themselves by reaching and
    teaching others for the Kingdom of God.

Our book illustrates 101
decisions made by
new believers
who attended events throughout
the years.


Click on the button below to be
directed to our Testimonies page.

There are several ways a congregation can grow. However, the main ways we see are, “transfer growth (congregational growth)” and “organic growth (Kingdom growth).” Transfer growth is the addition of new members through a merging of congregations or believers moving from one congregation to another for whatever reason. This type of “transfer growth” is “congregational growth,” but it is not “Kingdom growth (organic growth).” In other words the Kingdom of God does not grow when someone moves from one congregation to another. The Kingdom grows when a new person receives Christ as their personal savior and joins with other believers worshiping together.

The purpose of the “Great Commission” is for growing the Kingdom of God. It is not to have big crowds, big buildings, big budgets and the human accolades that come from fame and financial rewards. It is about loving people and being used by God to connect them to God.

God loves all people so much. And He wants us to allow Him to give us that same love for all people. Not just Christians for Christians.

Unlike Jesus, too many Christians only go where Christians are. How can we reach unbelievers if we don’t go where they are? We have to take the truth of Christ Jesus to them, to where they work, play and hangout. Just like Jesus did. He didn’t just hang out with people that believed in him. He was a friend to sinners too. Are you?

Most Christians have developed their circle of friends over the years. This eventually leads to a comfort zone where people feel like “I have enough friends, and I don’t need any more.” Once we arrive at this place, the idea of leading people to Jesus is no longer central to living a life in Christ. This is one major reason the Church in America is slowly shrinking.

The following pages and videos will teach you a simple way to grow your congregation by growing the Kingdom of God. As people receive Jesus as their personal savior from your presentation of the Gospel, these people will be added to your congregation and to other congregations as well. Either way, God will be very pleased. Either way the Kingdom of God grows and you will have been used by God to deliver the greatest miracle man has ever experienced — a supernaturally born again life in Christ Jesus.

Back in the late 19th to mid 20th century, more so than today, it was common for congregations and traveling evangelists to conduct “revival meetings” to attract people to hear the Gospel of Christ Jesus. Some of these events lasted a few days, others lasted several weeks. For many communities, it was the social event of the year. These events were free of charge and filled the void for affordable entertainment. In smaller cities around the country, “revivals” were the only form of entertainment which made it easy to bring in people who had never attended a church before.

Today many churches, especially those with smaller budgets, find it difficult to attract new people to their Sunday church services. Attracting new visitors who have not been raised in a Christian tradition has become more and more difficult.

Our American population is becoming more and more diverse culturally, ethnically and spiritually. People today have more choices in how they spend their free time than ever before. Entertainment is more abundant than ever before. Sporting events, TV, Movies, Theme Parks, Video Games, the list is endless for both Christians and non-believers.

God has blessed many ministries and congregations with the resources to be able to spend hundreds, even hundreds of thousands of dollars, to attract people to their worship facilities. In His great wisdom, God has not blessed all in this same way. For those of us who don’t have these types of budgets, instead of trying to get people to come to your facility, why not take the Gospel to where the people already are?

Today communities have heavily attended local events throughout the year. They have swap meets, farmers markets, carnivals, county fairs, sporting events and more. All are full of what? People!! For the price of booth space, you can fish for men and women.

Our 3 things strategy is easy to learn and even easier to perform. How would you like to lead 50 people to Christ next year? Believe us when we say you can by using our simple method.

Support of our ministry would
be greatly
appreciated in order
to reach out and save lost souls!!