Seek First the Kingdom of God...

Genesis 2:15 says “The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.” We believe all created things belong to God and that we are accountable to Him as stewards of creation. Leviticus 25:23 says “The land shall not be sold in perpetuity, for the land is mine. For you are strangers and sojourners with me.”

We are not owners of land instead we are given it as a rental. We are responsible to a landlord, God.

Restoring Wetlands

We work with mother nature rather than against her, and find success in projects such as restoring wetlands by partnering with the U.S. Government through the Clean Water Act.

Building Communities

"Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil... a threefold cord is not quickly broken."
- Ecclesiastes 4:9, 12

We support ministries we believe are changing our culture and impacting communities for generations to come. We pray God forms a cord of three stands that include God, the ministries we support, and Usher 412 Ministries. These ministries are equipping Christians to bring others to life changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

What is Usher 412?

Usher 412 Ministries is an umbrella name for a group of family-owned for-profit businesses. We believe we are called to do what we do well for the glory of God. We believe we are called to ministry in the marketplace to employ the skills He has given us strategically for the Mission of God. We believe we and all people and businesses are called to leverage what we have, to accomplish the Great Commission that Jesus gave us, as recorded in Matthew 28:16–20.

We use portions of the profits earned to support Christian ministries at home and abroad. We believe it is our responsibility to proportionately share our blessings “to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ” (Ephesians 4:12).

God Working Through A Few Ministries We Support

Because of the LFTI donor family, Life for the Innocent operates over 2 dozen transition homes in South Asia for children rescued from sex, labor and organ trafficking. Children stay in the homes for 6 months, where their physical, spiritual, educational and emotional needs are addressed, including medical care, schooling, and trauma-informed counseling. Each child is matched with an adoptive Forever Family. Years after being rescued, kids are thriving with their families, continuing their education, and have big dreams for the future!Life for the Innocent
Life for the InnocentSouth Asia

Today Islands Christian Church is working hard to explain the Gospel to the people of the Islands and beyond. Our mission is simple. We want to move people toward Jesus. ICC moved to its current location in 1981 averaging about 30 people on the weekends. Today almost 400 people gather on our very small campus to worship and engage with the scriptures. We host yearly community outreach events such as fall festivals, picnics, Easter egg hunts and a very large custom Vacation Bible School. We believe we are poised for a great future over the next fifty years as God continues to raise up leaders and passionate believers.

Islands Christian Church
Islands Christian ChurchSavannah, GA
It is a privilege to be in partnership with Usher 412 Ministries. Their generosity allowed us to purchase new flooring for our chapel, totally changing the look of the room. God is being honored from youngest to oldest in this space on our campus. Thank you.Dr. James Taylor
Dr. James TaylorHead of Calvary Day School
"When we move in a community, we relate to and engage with any and everyone. It allows us to encourage and define a new generation to rise up for God’s will and Kingdom. That’s how our influence grows and that’s how we spread the Gospel."City Church
City ChurchSavannah, GA
"Young Life doesn’t start with a program. It starts with adults concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. These relationships don’t happen overnight — they take time, patience, trust and consistency."Savannah Young Life
Savannah Young LifeSavannah, GA
"Over the last 4 years, we have drilled over 20 wells/boreholes in strategic community points to provide clean, safe drinking water for rural communities. This has provided the opportunity to start community gardens where families in the community are coming together to grow vegetables to improve their family diet and also to provide additional income for their families."The Africa Development Mission Trust
The Africa Development Mission TrustZimbabwe, Africa

We support ministries and organizations in various parts of the world to build the Kingdom and see lives changed.