Project-44 began as its founder Ben Fields, an auto mechanic, was questioning his role in the world, and more specifically, the church. He felt he was not helping the community the way the church ought to be.
It was during that time that someone gave Ben a vehicle and suggested he fix it up and give it to someone in need. A car ministry was born and took on the name Project-44, named after the 44th book of the Bible: Acts.
Project-44 has become a multi-faceted ministry including:
Counseling ministry: providing affordable counseling to those in need that cannot typically pay for the counseling themselves.
Liberian trade school: currently building a trade school in war-torn Liberia on a 150 acre plot of land.
Family 2 Family: providing boxes of food to those in need.
Outreach group: conducting minor home repairs to those in need.
Project-44’s mission is to go beyond the four walls of a church and help those in need where they need it. Focusing on ministries to help the local community.
To learn more about Project-44 and volunteer opportunities, please visit their website at https://project-44.org/