My wife Linda and I decided to join the Alliance for Transformational Ministries in 2010 when we were looking at making a change in mission organizations so we could do ministry here in the U.S. instead of oversees. We wanted to be with an organization that had shared Christian values as well as flexibility, accountability, coaching and would help us start our own non-profit.

ATM provided all of that and even more. Starting your own ministry is not a easy thing to do as you are pulled in many different directions. ATM gave us the backbone organizational support we needed so we could focus on doing ministry! One of the biggest benefits is the way funds are received, recorded and distributed. It is a fast process and if you ever have any questions the accounting department is just a phone call away. Many organizations charge a really high percentage on incoming funds to manage them but ATM does not believe in that, they have one of the lowest rates and know that every dollar they save you goes to further your ministry. One cannot go wrong choosing ATM for your ministry needs.

Garold Elston, Director, Salvaged LIves

NT benefits our ministry through collaborating with other churches. In collaboration efforts this brings churches together and communities. Churches come together to prayer walk in neighborhoods and builds relationships with others outside our individual churches. It is our desire to be unified as churches for the greater kingdom purpose.

Our church has trained several churches in our city we have seen churches make an impact in their communities because they are reaching outside the walls of the church and into their local communities. Relationships take time, it is not a quick fix. The churches that have invested into their neighborhoods through prayer walks, seed projects, and developing action plans have seen positive results not only in their neighborhoods but within themselves. God has opened their understanding of the importance to have an eternal perspective mindset.

Bonnie Epperson, Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, KY