The Taylors have always had a special place in their heart for missions. The main goal of their ministry is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through music throughout the world! Everywhere they go, The Taylors share Jesus with the lost. They view every concert as a mission opportunity where people need to hear about God’s love. In addition to ministering to churches through music, The Taylors enjoy sharing God’s love with others through community projects.
From the young age of 11, Jonathan remembers going on his first mission trip to the North Carolina Children’s Home in Thomasville, NC, to share Jesus Christ with the kids and youth of the orphanage. “It was such a humbling experience to see kids my own age who didn’t have parents like I did. These kids had nothing in this world of their own. You would think they would be angry, but most of them were kind-hearted and receptive to what we had to say.” Jonathan enjoyed his first taste of missions and decided that mission-work would be a part of his future ministries.
The Taylors have been involved with various missions projects. In 2009, they continued their mission work in New England, specifically Vermont. Vermont caught the attention of The Taylors when they became aware that the state is the number-one most unchurched state in the US – only 2% claim to be born-again believers! The Taylors immediately knew that this was where God wanted them to be. For 10 days in late-October, The Taylors spent time in The Green Mountain State working in homeless shelters, nursing homes, and local churches. The Taylors were excited to leave Vermont knowing that 62 first-times decisions had been made for Christ! Though Vermont is the number-one unchurched state, God is working in a mighty way with our northern-neighbors!