Our Projects


EternalCore: Exploring God-Centric Mental Health

With the massive shortage of psychiatrists and new students entering psychiatric residency programs in medical schools, and the ever-increasing numbers of individuals with mental illness and addiction; our nation is experiencing a mental health crisis.

EternalCore is a 2-day conference developed to provide an avenue and community for professionals, patients, their caregivers and the general public. This forum instructs, supports and facilitates learning and continuing education about research and treatments associated with God-centric mental health and how it impacts wellness and increases the odds of becoming sound through the body and minds connection to these principles.

Friends in All Nations (FIAN)

Friends in All Nations (FIAN) is a cause dedicated to celebrating the cultures of missionaries serving all over the world through social and digital media. We already have 54 YouTube channels and 30 Facebook pages with videos of young adults celebrating various cultures and sharing stories of faith. The purpose of the project is to give those who seek Christ the tools they need to develop a relationship with Him and get baptized. Since 2017, we have created 2,500 videos that have reached over 5 million people. We have received countless referrals to the missionaries and have had four baptisms from the project. We know God is the reason for our success and that He will continue to help the project grow.

Search Isaiah

Isaiah is the only book of scripture that Christ himself has said: “Ye ought to search these things. Yea, a commandment I give unto you that ye search these things diligently; for great are the words of Isaiah.” We believe Isaiah has a clear message for us and our day. In fact, Christ tells us more about Isaiah, stating that “all things that he spake have been and shall be, even according to the words which he spake.” Our goal is to offer up all things Isaiah, from the basic to the boring, from the exciting to the end times, from the hopeful to the great and dreadful. We don’t claim to know what Isaiah is trying to say, but we think with study and with faith, and the light of Christ and the Holy Ghost, we can come closer to finding the answer to any question.