History of Reid Saunders Association

Reid Saunders Association is taking the message of the cross to the ends of the earth… all for Jesus! Our mission is two-fold: evangelism and building up the Body of Christ. We work with and through local churches worldwide. The goal is to promote unity and cooperation among believers, train and equip individuals for evangelism, and partner with evangelical churches to make disciples. We do this by saturating communities through city-wide festivals, by targeting unreached people groups, and by providing humanitarian aid for those in need. Most importantly, we invite people into a personal relationship with Christ.

In 17 years of ministry, (2002-2019) Reid Saunders and his team have delivered a message of hope to 157 million people through radio and television interviews, and to over 3.5 million people in 87 countries through face-to-face presentations of the Gospel. Over 285,000 have made decisions to follow Jesus Christ and are being discipled through local churches. Medical teams have treated and ministered to more than 22,000 people in Uganda, Sudan, India, Romania, Guatemala, Ghana, Honduras, Ethiopia, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Myanmar, Thailand, and Peru.

Reid Saunders Association Timeline

Soon after graduating from Western Baptist College (now Corban University) and Multnomah Seminary, and interning with Luis Palau Association, Reid was anxious to get started on his evangelistic ministry

Quick links to years in timeline

2002

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2002 Ministry Founded

Reid and Carmen with son Azlan, the year they started the ministry.

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2002 India

Reid Speaking at evangelistic festival in India

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2002 Uganda

Reid demonstrates his 360 spin move for dramatic emphasis at Kayunga, Uganda festival

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2002 Kayunga, Uganda

Making new friends in Kayunga

2004

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2004 Uganda Festival

Setting up the staging for Uganda festival

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2004 Uganda Photo

Team poses for picture on the Equator in route to the Uganda festival.

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2004 Uganda Festival

Uganda children respond to the gospel.

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2004 Uganda Medical Team

Brandon and Stacy Schmidgall formed the first medical team in Uganda