To proclaim Jesus Christ and to encourage others through music. Our unique mission offers life ministry to marriages, to the elderly, to special needs adults through Truth Singers, and to students through Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
(Joshua 24:15: “…but as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.”)
SKMM seeks to encourage others in music through giving concerts, singing for many special events, and providing marriage mentoring. Scott and Annette have received training in marriage mentoring through D.A.R.E. (Discover, Ask, Require, & Evaluate), founded by Matt and Pam Loehr of the Quad Cities. Marriage mentoring is available to pre-marital couples, marriages in crisis, and married couples seeking to enhance their marriage.
To The Elderly
(Philippians 3:14: “I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.”)
SKMM ministers to the elderly on a regular basis. They currently have over 20 different nursing homes/assisted living places that they sing at each month in the surrounding communities. They sing a variety of songs to and with the residents, pray for those in need, and encourage them.
To Special Needs
(Matthew 25:40: “…Truly I tell you, whatever you did for the least of these brothers or sisters of mine, you did for me.”)
Scott and Annette minister to special needs adults through a program called Truth Singers. Truth Singers is an hour of fun singing worship music with special needs adults. This program is one of the biggest components of their ministry, reaching out to special needs adults and their families. Truth Singers has expanded from 5 individuals to now over 100 special needs adults and their families. Truth Singers provides a safe environment for special needs adults to come together in a positive and loving setting. Truth Singers meets most Thursdays (from Sept. through May) at DeWitt Evangelical Free Church (1921 Elmwood Rd.) from 6-00-7:00pm. Please check our webpage for the Truth Singers schedule.
To Students Through FCA
(Romans 1:16: “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes.”)
Scott and Annette are the huddle leaders for Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Northeast Community Schools. The main focus of FCA is to share Jesus Christ with students, to help them grow in their relationship with Christ, and to equip students/athletes to impact their school for Christ among their peers. FCA meets every Wednesday morning at 7:15am at Northeast High School throughout the school year.