Scott Goldbach – Founder, Executive Director, My Daily Armor Ministries
Christian, Family Man, Dreamer, Social Entrepreneur, Adventurer…
Scott And Leslie Goldbach
Founder and Executive Director - My Daily Armor Ministries
“A hundred years from now, I want people to look back at the work we’re doing today, as first steps towards building the greatest Christian humanitarian relief ministry the world has ever known.”
Founder Scott Goldbach
As the Founder and Executive Director of My Daily Armor Ministries, I’m constantly looking for innovative ways to meet our goals and get the word out about the work we are blessed with, in different parts of the world. My Daily Armor Ministries began on January 21st, 2013 with the goal of reaching as many Christians as possible with encouraging words, daily bible verses, and uplifting devotionals (My Daily Armor).
Since that time, and with God’s amazing blessings, we have continued to expand our ministry and now support vulnerable, orphaned, and abandoned children internationally through the development of major infrastructure projects like our Medical Clinic in Jacmel, Haiti, Our Schools in Ghana, and Uganda, our Farm in Ghana, and our Children’s Home in India (Amazing Orphans International).
Additionally, our (Jonny’s Wagon) outreach teams help feed and care for our communities in need in the US through our neighborhood food drives and our ongoing efforts to reduce food insecurity.
We are a Christian organization supplying humanitarian relief efforts across the globe. To date, we have been blessed to raise nearly a million dollars for those in need and have helped make a lasting impact on many areas of the world.
For more than 32 years I worked in some form of IT, doing desktop support to leading large-scale projects for some of the largest corporations in America, including Ford Motor Company, and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. In 2017 I was blessed with the opportunity to take early retirement, giving me the freedom to devote the rest of my life to serving those in need.
I have an amazing wife without whom our ministry would not be possible, and two gorgeous daughters who graduated from the University of Louisville Nursing School as RNs. Our oldest is a travel nurse, who like her dad, travels the world and has just recently moved to Cambridge in the UK. Our youngest has just purchased her first home.
Our family regularly attends Southeast Christian Church here in Louisville, KY where I have been blessed with the opportunity to serve as an usher and men’s accountability group leader. I’ve also had the privilege of serving with the backstage crew of the Southeast Easter Pageant, one of the country’s largest Easter productions that reached nearly a million people over the course of its lifetime.
In my spare time, I look for adventure. I’ve flown Cessna aircraft and even became a certified (BFI) flight instructor on Powered Parachutes. I traveled to the other side of the world, Nepal, to trek to Everest Base Camp (see journal) and I’ve had the opportunity to safari on the Serengeti and complete a successful summit up Kilimanjaro in Tanzania where our Amazing Orphans outreach began (see journal).
I also enjoy flying my drone and love to go fishing with my family and friends every chance I get. I’m an avid competing BBQ Pitmaster, and I recently received my certification with the KCBS “The Kansas City BBQ Association” as a BBQ Judge where I met Famous Dave himself!
I have been blessed with travel into more than 11 countries, many of which are directly related to my ministry work through our Amazing Orphans International outreach, including Tanzania, Ghana, Haiti, Uganda, India, Nepal, Panama, Iceland, and Costa Rica.
I do my best to wake up every morning asking God where we are going today!
Scott’s Blog “Journals, and Writing Projects”
"Miracle On The Mountain" In the fall of October 2012, my friend Randy and me would attempt to summit the highest freestanding mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro. It is a feat that only 45% of all the climbers who ever attempt it are able to accomplish, and one that...
“God Moves In Uganda” Looking back now, I can’t say that I recall the specific moment that God placed Uganda on my heart, only that He had done so prior to my visit with my friend Denise. As is often the case for me, God moves in my heart long before I see why He has...
“A Christmas Miracle” A Budget Shortfall As we entered the 2019 Christmas season, I was anything but joyous. For months I had seen it coming but December was here now and our ministry was facing a $6000.00 budget shortfall going into 2020. People We Love Were...
Kilimanjaro “Summit Night” Oct 2nd, 2012 Tuesday Oct 2nd 2012 – 11PM (Tanzania)Base Camp BarafuElevation: 15,000’ AMSLWeather: 23F Wind 10 MPH Light Snow A familiar voice came through the vestibule of our tent, “You Okay?” It was Nimus, our African version of a...
“A Gift From God” In the summer of 2010, I was preparing for one of the hardest things I would ever attempt to accomplish, a 100km bike ride in support of “The Ride to Conquer Cancer” for Norton’s Cancer Institute (as a tribute to my mom). Something would happen on...
"Everest" Base Camp The Adventure of a Lifetime The Dream of Adventure October 21st - November 11th, 2007Who is a man that doesn’t dream of adventure? My dreams would take me thousands of miles from home and plunge me into complete cultural immersion, culminating...
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Matthew 25:40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’
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