Helping turn lives right side up by turning the world upside down!

“These who have turned the world upside down have come here too.” Acts 17:6

Disaster Response

Right Side Up Ministries helps the local church respond to disasters in their community. We focus on helping the local church find and utilize their strengths to help their community recover. By helping the local church bring relief to their community we are able to show the love of Christ to hurting people.

Disaster Training

We train churches to respond to disasters in their own community by helping them find their God given strengths and talents. We have two training sessions, one for church staff and leaders, and one for church volunteers. We offer this training to help the church bring relief in chaos and show the love of Christ.

World Missions

We work with missionaries around the world to see how they can best utilize our talents and abilities. Our focus is on the long-term missionary, not on a short-term missions experience. We accomplish this through annual mission trips designed to build long lasting partnerships with missionaries that will last for years to come.

Our Work

We have responded to many disasters throughout the United States. Here are our most recent responses.

Meet Our Staff

The heart of Right Side Up Ministries is best exemplified in those who work with us. Our staff is key to our success. Please take a moment to read about our staff.

Scott Simons
Director of Disaster Response
Scott is a 2006 Rhema Bible Training Center graduate. Upon graduation…

Dara Simons
Director of World Missions
Dara is a 2011 Rhema Bible Training Center graduate. For two years…

Get Involved

There are several ways to get involved with Right Side Up Ministries. Here are a few of the ways you can help.

Recent Blog

  • Louisiana Flooding

    Posted in: Blog, News, Update
    It’s impossible to watch the news without hearing stories about what is going on in Louisiana with the recent flooding. Some are calling it the 500 year flood. It has been said to be the worst natural disaster si...
  • Serve Tulsa

    What is Serve Tulsa? Because we are not able to work in disasters every day of the year we are asked one question more than any other. The one question we are asked is what we do when we are not in a disaster helping?...


Pastor Scott and Terri
I first met Scott and Dara Simons in 2011 during the tornado relief work in Joplin, MO. Our church team was immediately impressed with Scott’s dedication, commitment, and organizational passion shown to the task at hand. A special relationship …
Scott Porter- Sr. Pastor, Abiding Word Church