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About us

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                                                             Royalty Ministries Community Foundation


Our Vision


To build and maintain a lasting impact in the community by being dynamic in Christ and led by the Holy Spirit. We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to ministry excellence.


We are committed to bringing the love and hope of God Allah to impossible situations through the preaching and the teaching of the word of God. We see a Church so compassionate that people are drawn. We aspire to reach and influence the world by changing mindsets and empowering people in every aspect of life.


Our Mission


Royalty Ministries is untraditional and authentic. For years the church has been criticized. We strive to change the negative perception and mindsets of those who have previously been "Hurt In The Church" by providing a judgement-free sanctuary to receive healing, encouragement and deliverance from the word of God Allah.


Led By Minister Eddie-Jamal Mitchell, we strive to bring unity to the community; we are called to address the needs of our fellow worshipers by being an advocate of the following: ● spiritual development, ● offering educational opportunities, ● Improving economic development, ● conducting outreach activities


Our Core Values

Our Values – “HEAL”


Helping (By helping others we build stronger social ties with the communities we serve)

Everyone (Strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord)

Achieve (The ability to overcome challenges of all kinds)

Love (Perfect love drives out fear. The one who fears is not made perfect in love)


We Value Service


● We get out of our seats, roll up our sleeves, get our hands dirty serving anyone, anywhere, anytime [Mark 10:45; John 13:1-17; Galatians 5:13] We Value Faith ● We pray and take risks because of our deep belief in God’s character [Matthew 21:21,22]


We strive to honor God Allah by being excellent in everything, giving attention to detail, working to improve, and welcoming feedback. [Colossians 3:23; 1 Corinthians 10:31]

  1. We support educational organizations by developing and distributing informative media content to families and communities at little to no cost to the organization.

  2. We develop workshops and conferences that bring educational organizations, community members, and families together to share information and resources.

  3. We provide personal and career mentoring services for both youth and adults through our various community relationships and programs.

  4. We collaborate with organizations to assist with community and family related initiatives.


Mental Health Initiatives


Royalty Ministries Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Counseling Firm that primarily focuses on mental health as we work with our members to H.E.A.L. (Helping Everyone Achieve Love). Our primary framework for carrying out our mental health work is through a program called ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences).


ACEs are highly stressful experiences that can happen to any of us before we turn 18. ACEs are not our fault, and we didn’t have control over when or why they happened. They can be a single event or they can be an ongoing struggle where our safety, security, trust, or even our very sense of self is threatened or violated.


Young people who experience ACEs are left vulnerable to a myriad of mental health issues which can jeopardize the young person’s ability to integrate well with the rest of society, and in many cases, it also affects their sense of worthiness and can lead to poor mental health, which is made evident by the high rates of depression, and other mental disorders among young adults who have been affected by ACEs.This program allows us to address the trauma that many individuals experience and create a plan for reconditioning their mental state. 


Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the world. According to the CDC, one out of 59 children in the United States have autism. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability caused by differences in the brain. Some people with ASD have a known difference, such as a genetic condition.


Other causes are not yet known. Scientists believe there are multiple causes of ASD that act together to change the most common ways people develop. We still have much to learn about these causes and how they impact people with ASD. People with ASD may behave, communicate, interact, and learn in ways that are different from most other people. There is often nothing about how they look that sets them apart from other people.


The abilities of people with ASD can vary significantly. RMCF is dedicated to providing ASD resources, generating awareness and supporting research that will assist in learning more about ASD. RMCF is located in Mesa, AZ which became the first Autism Certified city in the USA in 2019. (Mesa Autism Certified)


Although being LGBTQ+ is absolutely not a mental illness, many LGBTQ+ people experience mental health struggles. Younger members of the LGBTQ+ community struggle the most with mental health concerns of all the age groups. The bisexual and transgender communities have the highest rates of mental health concerns within the LGBTQ+ population.


Most LGBTQ+ individuals are incredibly resilient and will thrive in the face of adversity, with the help of supportive families, communities, and peers. One study suggest that LGBTQ+ people used mental health services at 2.5 times higher rates than their heterosexual counterparts. However, they are also at particular risk for experiencing shame, fear, discrimination, and adverse and traumatic events.


Additionally, many people who identify as LGBTQ+ are part of second (and sometimes third or more) community that is marginalized such as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or People of Color), people with a physical disability, people practicing a religion different than their neighbors, and people with low socioeconomic status. These people have complex experiences that cannot be easily addressed in one area of their life.


There are many negative stereotypes about being LGBTQ+ which makes many uncomfortable letting people know this important part of their identity. When people do openly express this part of themselves, they face the potential of rejection from peers, colleagues, and friends can exacerbate feelings of loneliness.


RMCF is working to assist our brothers and sisters in the LQBTQ+ with the daily mental health challenges they may face by providing resources and educational opportunities that will assist them in living a life full of internal peace, happiness & fulfillment.

Find out more & donate your time, energy, or resources at Ph: 480-749-8141


We qualify for Arizona’s Qualified Charitable Tax Credit of $400 single/$800 joint—donate online.


Come as you are, all are welcomed...God Bless!

our Team:
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Jamal Mitchell


Shayla Brown-Mitchell

Director of Women's Ministry/COO

Adis Laws-Bey, Jr.

Executive Director

Alana Sanders

Director of Administration

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