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Causes: Interfaith Coalitions, Religion, Religious Printing & Publishing


John Arcovio founded Spirit Led Ministries International in 1985 which produces ministry resource materials and serves as a multifaceted international outreach. He has founded the annual “Eagles Summit Apostolic Conference” which is held in various nations. Spirit Led Ministries, Incorporated is a dedicated ministry to worldwide evangelism. We are actively conducting Training Seminars in North America and Worldwide as well as Eagles Summit Conferences worldwide.

Target demographics: Provide mentorship, equipping and training for youth and leaders.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 500 youth over 20,000 leaders. Established an orphanage and training center in India.

Geographic areas served: California

Programs: Conducting mentoring and leadership training seminars.

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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

The post by so called advisor on April this year is so off! This nonprofit only lives to serve God and people. Have known them for many years and am still quite confident in their integrity. Shame on you "advisor".


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

The ministries is preach the truth of the word of God prophecy and the truth and exposing the lies of the devil, The coran, Hidith and Islamic teacher, Jesus is not the son of God who was slain, sura 4.157.the christen Jesus the bible say, is the lamb of God, jn.1:29.Please let support this ministries to spread the word of God. Pastor Peter.

1 Federico H.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

This Ministry has Changed my life. It has empowered me not only to be a better Husband, Father, Evangelist, and friend! I can't wait to meet up with Spirit Led Ministries again. -Freddie Hidalgo