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About Us

Mustard Seeds & Mountains seeks to train leaders in churches and non-profits. We provide training through various seminars. The most essential is the Way, Truth, and Life Seminar, which trains leaders in how to prepare their people to thrive in an environment hostile to Christianity. This eight hour seminar culminates with action plans to address creating a vibrant and healthy community, a transformational teaching and learning environment for youth and adults, and a creative and strategic outreach mentality.

Mustard Seeds was founded on February 13, 1992, by Randy and Jacque Wallace.

Mustard Seeds & Mountains is a non-profit Christian charity (501c3). We are an interdenominational, Protestant mission.

Mission Description

Mustard Seeds & Mountains is committed to working from a clearly stated biblical foundation in its mission and to the declaration of the gospel of Jesus Christ. This declaration is expressed in reconciling people to God, to one another and to God's creation.

Our mission is to see the reign of God established in the lives of people, families and communities throughout His world. We have the obligation to discern how God's Kingdom is already expressed in the culture and community of those with whom we work. We seek to make a conscious effort to augment what is already of God's Kingdom wherever we work.

Our Purpose

Mustard Seeds & Mountains is called to be a part of the larger Church's ministry of reconciliation. We do spiritual development in a way that emphasizes the Kingdom of God. We are committed to meeting people's spiritual needs ... laboring to see them reconciled to God. And we are called to work for reconciliation in the fabric of their community life as well.

We seek to help followers of Christ transform not only themselves, but their whole community.

Our Strategy

We seek to transform people through affirming their dignity and giving them skills to succeed. Our goal is to raise up leaders who can guide the community spiritually and prepare them for a time of persecution in our rapidly secularized society.