Josh Benitone - Executive Director
Josh's passion for helping people accomplish their dreams became a driving force that led him to start For His Glory. From missionaries who have a dream to make a difference in the field, to young people who dare believe they can make an impact in the world, Josh wanted to do everything in his power to help them succeed. Too many people are trying so hard on their own to accomplish their dreams, yet many fail or have minimal success because they are missing other key players or a support network that can see them maximize their potential. So, Josh started For His Glory as the ultimate network and support system to see ministries, missionaries, and individuals fulfill their calling to their greatest potential. For His Glory is the vehicle Josh wants to use to unite and empower the dreamers and entrepreneurs of this generation. Everyone has a gift that can be a part of this mission, it just needs to be directed to the right place.
Josh serves in various aspects of For His Glory. First and foremost he works as the Executive Director that calls the shots and casts the vision for this organization. His deepest passion is to be the Tactician that is responsible for the recruiting of manpower and resources and then allocating them to the places they will have the greatest effectiveness. He loves working one on one with people and connecting them to the right group or place where they will find life to the full. His love for music and worship also makes Josh a part of the For His Glory bands as a bassist or lead guitarist.
Josh has been married to his high school sweetheart, Sarah, for four incredible years. She is a vital part of For His Glory. His free time is spent writing, recording, and producing music with his productions company, Sonic Parallax Productions. Sarah and Josh love spending time outdoors, hiking, fishing, biking, and doing just about anything else together. Josh graduated from McKendree University with a Bachelor of Arts and studied Theology, Philosophy, and World Religions.