Search for Me Ministries applies a multifaceted approach to fulfilling our purpose of helping to form and equip a generation of world changers for Christ. The gospel grows in influence as God’s people more and more like Jesus. On the other hand, people tend to be alienated from God when professing Christians are judgmental, selfish, and immature.
The goal of an effective teaching ministry is not simply to convey information, or to burden people with a greater sense of obligation, but rather to unlock a relevant understanding of God’s transformational truths.
Our resources help to “connect the dots” by presenting a picture of God’s plan in a fresh and powerful way. By lovingly addressing the root issues of life, we help Christians draw closer to their Creator, discover their God-given identities, build meaningful relationships, and fulfill their purposes for living.
We remain convinced that wherever they go, secure and fruitful Christians will be tremendous assets to local ministry leaders.
SfMe Media was added to our ministry in the fall of 2011 with a vision to produce Biblically-based, growth-oriented resources that will help walk people from no (or new) belief to becoming fully devoted, mature disciples of Christ. We currently publish only materials produced by Bob Santos. This may or may not change in the future.
Supporting Christian Leaders
Military strategy has always involved taking out the officers to cause disorder and confusion. The same is absolutely true of our all-important spiritual conflict. The importance of godly leaders cannot be underestimated, and as a result, they face a vicious and continual onslaught from the powers of darkness. SfMe Ministries seeks to support and strengthen those who lead the people of God.
During our years of college ministry at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), we developed a loosely knit group of campus ministry leaders who sponsored joint outreach events. Even though we no longer do college ministry directly, we continue to support these awesome leaders as we’re able.
We see the Christian church as many streams coming together to form one mighty “River” which cannot be contained. The result is a mutually supportive, noncompetitive campus ministry environment–consistent with what we believe is God’s overall plan for Christian ministries.