He shielded Jacob and cared for him; he guarded him as the apple of his eye...
Deut. 32:9, 11

Our Mission Advocates

  • About Mission Advocates

    Mission Advocates are close partners in our ministry. What does an Apple of His Eye (AOHE) mission advocate do?  Quite simply, a mission advocate is anyone willing to advocate for the cause of AOHE in their local church or community.  Mission advocates join the cloud of witnesses of long ago in advancing the Gospel as empowered by the Holy Spirit. Specifically, our mission advocates help us by:

    • Speaking with those who are interested in the Gospel
    • Making others aware of our Mission in various venues
    • Meeting with others to pray for our mission and the salvation of the Jewish people
    • Help us identify those who would want to support the mission
    • And more

    Our current advocates are:

    • Rev. Tony Sobocinski in Dayton, OH

    • Rev. Matthew Gunia in Niles, IL

    • Rev. Scott Kirchoff in Georgia

    If you are interested in becoming a Mission Advocate and supporting our work, please contact us. We may be reached at:

    Apple of His Eye Mission Society
    PO Box 1649
    Brentwood, TN 37024-1649, USA


    (888) 512-7753

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  • Current Mission Advocates

    Rev. Tony Sobocinski

    Rev. Tony Sobocinski
    Rev. Tony Sobocinski serves in Dayton, OH

    Rev. Matthew Gunia

    ‚ó¶Rev. Matthew Gunia serves in Niles, IL

    Rev. Scott Kirchoff

    Rev. Scott Kirchoff serves in Georgia

  • Become a Mission Advocate

    mis·sion (n)

    • a body of people sent by a church to another part of the country or to a foreign country to spread their faith or do medical and social work

    • a campaign of religious work

    • the vocation or work of a church or other religious organization or of individuals in communicating their faith in a variety of ways to the wider community

    • an area assigned to a missionary or missionary group

    ad·vo·cate (n)

    • somebody who supports or speaks in favor of something

    • somebody who acts or intercedes on behalf of another

    What is a Mission Advocate?

    A Christian who is invited to share the passion and purposes of The Apple of His Eye and volunteers their time and talents, as the Lord leads, to fulfill His mission of reaching the lost.

    Activities of a Mission Advocate in a given area are established by the Advocate in coordination with Apple of His Eye. Mission Advocates serve to to get the gospel out, equip others to get the gospel out and raise awareness of Apple of His Eye so that others may pray, volunteer, participate in outreach and support our work.

    Some of the activities of a Mission Advocate include:

    • Speaking with those who are interested in the Gospel
    • Making others aware of our Mission in various venues
    • Growing in their skills in personal evangelism
    • Helping our missionaries when they are in your area
    • Meeting with others to pray for our mission and the salvation of the Jewish people
    • Bringing materials or forwarding them to area churches
    • Being creative to find ways to further the mission
    • Help us identify those who would want to support the mission
    • Helping those in your sphere of influence better understand Jewish roots/holidays
    • Encouraging those on the front lines as they move forward in ministry

    As an advocate, you are a close-in partner in ministry joining the cloud of witnesses from long ago in advancing the Gospel empowered by the Holy Spirit as God leads you using your talents for the opportunities at hand.

    If you are interested in becoming a Mission Advocate and supporting our work, please contact us. We may be reached at:

    Apple of His Eye Mission Society
    PO Box 1649
    Brentwood, TN 37024-1649, USA


    (888) 512-7753

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.