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Our team of Pastors, Counselors, Therapists, and Mentors work together to build life-giving and life-long relationships serving those who are in need.
A. Christian Snyder III, PHD-IP, MDIV
CEO, Acts Ministry Inc
Founder, Acts PTSDheroes.org
Founder, Good Samaritan News (GSN)
Founder, The Hero Days Golf Tour Ministry
Christian holds a Masters Degree in Divinity; Masters Degree in Pastoral Counseling – Summa Cum Laude, Liberty University Theological Seminary; completed a Masters in Christian Leadership, a Ph.D. in Pastoral Counseling pending matriculation earning a Ph.D. in Ministry Counseling and Psychology, Northwestern University and Theological Seminary, scholastic dissertation (The Christian Solution to PTSD); Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Northern Arizona University, and holds a Masters Certification in Global Missions and a Masters Certification in Social Media from Liberty University. “Dr C” is not a medical doctor or licensed therapist with reliance on many years of successfully mentoring and counseling the most difficult cases of human trials. Acts is a counseling & mentoring ministry that is in co-operation with but reaches beyond current psychotherapies and psychiatric treatments.
Christian is a past Charter President of Rotary International and a dedicated philanthropist throughout his professional career. He has dedicated his life to funding and servicing this absolute solution to every human trial.
“Acts had been a calling for many years; but like so many of us that get caught up in the challenges of life only to miss the whole purpose of life. The secret for any person to feel complete is to serve others. The change from a focus on self to a trained and practice of serving and mentoring others is a powerful awakening and healing for our heroes with post-traumatic stress and virtually any other human condition.
When we replace those painful memory triggers with hope and purpose we bring healing to our Heroes who suffer from PTSD. We can teach any Christian PTSD client to become a mentor or lay counselor and bring great purpose for the trauma that would otherwise destroy these great Heroes. The qualification for mentoring anyone with PTSD is when the mentor is also experienced with their own PTSD. Our true credentials for mentoring others begin with our own trials.
The Acts methodology is a long-lost ancient New Testament teaching that psychology, religion, medicine, and science have largely missed. To become completely healed from past trauma, one must become complete. We must address both the physiological and spiritual components of humanity. When we deny that our DNA is embedded with a soul that needs to serve, then we become just another self-centered creature. We can become introverted and even narcissistic. In our own pain, we become useless towards caring about others and we simply cannot feel purpose without serving others. My PTSD clients actually heal me.”
Acts Ministry Board Member
Minister of CRPS Discipleship
“As a research scientist for many years it was rewarding work, yet Acts has given us all greater purpose and with a hope for complete healing to everyone that joins our programs. Welcome, and we are here for you,”
Cory Andrews, BS
Executive Vice President
Acts Ministry Board Member
Cory has not only brought us a wealth of experience in organizational development but he has also made great contributions to our cause. Cory brings several years of executive management experience developing and leading teams.
Hamilton “Eddie” Drozd
National Fundraising and Golf Promotions Director. Eddie is a successful business owner and developer. Eddie served as a firefighter and is dedicated to helping save our Heroes
Eddie is a very gifted leader and the recipient of our Fruit of The Spirit Award.
James Veigel, MA
James has a background in project management, financial planning, and worked as a Chaplain in a hospital. James was a kicker for college football and a muy thai instructor. He earned his Masters of Arts in Political Science while living in Israel where he learned Greek and Hebrew.
Administration – IT
Acts Ministry Board Member
Software Developer and founder of Vituramis software consulting firm.
Ken has prepared the Acts Ministry to go beyond what was first imagined with the proper foresight and planning. Has been with the Acts team for several years.
Shayn Mitchell enlisted in the Army’s Delayed entry program at the age of 16 (1996). At 17 (1997) he was in Bootcamp and at 18 (1998) was stationed in Germany with the 1st Armored Division. Attached in support of a ranger battalion, he found himself deployed in support of NATO operations in the Balkans in 1998, 1999 and 2000. As an electronics technician, he kept our countries sensitive equipment operation both in the rear and on the front line. Shayn suffers from service-connected PTSD and has embodied the mission of PTSD Heroes to help save the 22 – to help ensure that another battle buddy doesn’t lose the fight within.
Acts Ministry Legal Team
Steven D. Goodspeed, Esq.
Professional Legal Firm
The Church Lawyers
Steven Goodspeed, a Shareholder in the firm, has practiced law for seventeen years, and is licensed in Texas and Oklahoma. He regularly represents clients nationwide in the area of nonprofit and for-profit transactional law, focusing primarily on churches, religious organizations, camps, outdoor recreational organizations, colleges and universities.
Mr. Goodspeed was selected by his peers in Fort Worth, Texas Magazine, as a 2012-2017 and 2019 Top Attorney in the area of Religious/Nonprofit Law and was selected by 360West Magazine as a 2017 Top Attorney.
Acts Ministry Accounting Firm,
501 C (3) Administration, & Non-Profit Consulting
The Acts Organization has retained this top IRS regulations and financial firm for over 7 years utilizing their 25 years of experience managing hundreds of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations.
Acts has maintained a perfect state of compliance with zero complaints since 2014. Please feel free to reach out to us for any questions or concerns.
Be confident that your donations and support will help save lives and is fully tax-deductible in accordance with all IRS 501 C (3) regulations.