A.M. Garcia is an evangelist, international speaker, best-selling author of Coincidence or God?, and #1 best-seller of his newest book, Burn Notice. He is the Founder of S.O.S. Ministries, Inc. a nonprofit that is dedicated to improving the community and reaching the lost in the streets. Aaron is known for creating multiple movements such as The Broadway Bash, Washington Family Hope Center, and United at the Stadium. He travels all over the globe, specifically to unreached countries where the gospel isn't preached, sharing his story and seeing people come to Christ. Aaron, his wife, and three children, all reside in Neosho, Missouri.
Bibles For Pakistan
On a global scale, Aaron preaches the Word of God in third-world countries. Pakistan is 1.6% Christian and is considered unreached. Aaron preaches the Word and distributes Bibles to people who have never heard of Jesus. This has converted hundreds of people to Christ and is changing regions of Pakistan for the Kingdom of God.
India For Jesus
A mainly Hindu country, India is considered unreached with it's lack in resources for churches, fellow believers, and the Word of God. Aaron travels to India where he shares his testimony and God's Word. To this date, he has seen hundreds of people come to Christ in India.
Not By Coincidence Ministries
Aaron is the co-founder of Not By Coincidence Ministries, a movement of ministers who circulate books into the prison system. Coincidence or God? was Aaron's first book that went on to become a best-seller. His team distributes these books to chaplains and individuals and is seeing great transformation. To this date, the ministry has circulated 500+ books into multiple prisons across the nation and is setting prisoners free.
S.O.S. Ministries, Inc.
Aaron is the Founder of S.O.S. (Serving On-the Streets) Ministries, Inc. a nonprofit located in the heart of Joplin, Missouri. After hearing the voice of God tell Aaron to, "Get outside the four walls" him and his team hit the streets and would develop one of the first street churches in Missouri. The nonprofit still is functioning today and feeds hundreds of homeless and poor each week. Bringing the Word of God, baptizing, and serving an impoverished area. There is no question this is a movement of God.
Washington Family Hope Center
Washington Family Hope Center is a crisis shelter housing women and children together during temporary homelessness. Miraculously, S.O.S. Ministries went on to purchase the 20,000 square foot school for one dollar. The school was then donated to Watered Garden by the nonprofit who now believes in keeping the family together during crisis and seeing lives transformed. The Hope Center is becoming, "A cry for help. A place of hope."