Restoration in the Son Ministries International uses music to inspire the world.
Scottsdale, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/22/2015 -- Restoration in the Son Ministries International is a non-profit organization whose mission is to fulfill the gospel of Jesus Christ through music, preaching and teaching in churches, prisons, schools, and drug rehabilitation centers. Lloyd Claycomb was one of the original supporters of this non-profit organization, even funding the production and recording of the first CD from Restoration in the Son Ministries International.
Over the last twenty years, Lloyd Claycomb has assisted and supported this music-inspired ministry to reach out to 50 states and 25 countries. "His heart and resources are continually seeking ways to provide support and guidance to ministries," says the organizations President, Michael Harris.
Lloyd Claycomb has supported and funded Restoration in the Son's missionary outreaches in the Caribbean Islands, the South Pacific, Fiji Islands, as well as Europe, specifically, Amsterdam, Holland, Budapest, Hungry, and many other countries in the European region. With a personal commitment to improving living conditions abroad, Lloyd Claycomb's partnership with Restoration in the Son Ministries International has been positive for both sides.
About Lloyd Claycomb
Lloyd Claycomb founded United Builders Service, Inc. in 1978, where he currently serves as Chairman and CEO. The great success of United Builders Service's has allowed him to be involved in philanthropic endeavors including Amazing Facts, Our Children International and Maranatha International Volunteers.
Currently, Lloyd Claycomb also holds board positions with Design Builders of Montana, AviBree Real Estate Holding, Inc. and the Grand Canyon State Bank. Lloyd Claycomb is a husband, father of two grown children and a grandfather. He has served his community as a Reserve Deputy and was the first reserve officer to train and certify a K-9. He also is a jet pilot and has totaled more than 5000 hours flying time in assorted aircraft.