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Johnny ‘Suzuki’ Dangerfield shares details of work with religious organization's sports ministry

Johnny Dangerfield

Non-denominational Seacoast Church, located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, supports a variety of projects and initiatives.

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Among Seacoast Church's initiatives is its own sports ministry, known as Seacoast Sports. Backed by generous individuals and church members, the ministry has gone from strength to strength in recent years. The church exists in the wider sense to, in its own words, help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose, and make a difference, while Seacoast Sports is focused on what it calls Christ-centered fitness.

One Seacoast Church member, Johnny ‘Suzuki’ Dangerfield, owner of Automaxx of the Carolinas, is also a keen supporter of Seacoast Sports, having spent more than three years helping the organization's sports ministry to flourish.

Seacoast's gratitude toward Dangerfield for his support is evident. "Johnny Suzuki has been a godsend for the sports ministry here at the church," explains Seacoast director Wes Koch. "When I first met Johnny and mentioned that I was the director for the sports ministry at Seacoast, he was quick to respond," he adds.

"I said to Wes, 'If it has to do with God's kingdom and athletics... I'm in!'" reveals Dangerfield of the pair's first meeting.

Over three years later and true to his word, the Automaxx of the Carolinas boss has earned the title of Seacoast Sports' most trusted and active supporter. "Johnny consistently goes further than asked," says Koch, "and delivers more than we deserve."

He continues, "What's more, he does so with a true servant's heart, asking for no personal recognition in return."

Seacoast director Koch also points out John Dangerfield's willingness to offer any assistance which the church requires from his Summerville-based automotive business. "On top of that," he adds, "Johnny Dangerfield also puts in countless hours of his own personal time by making phone calls, arranging meetings, and organizing sponsors for our events and the sports ministry."

Such is the relationship between Johnny 'Suzuki', the church, and his business that several of the sports ministry's athletes have become Automaxx of the Carolinas customers. "So is one of our pastors," points out Koch. "The service which they all receive at Automaxx is second-to-none, and Johnny Cornelius Dangerfield enjoys being personally involved in making sure that everyone is treated fairly and has a fantastic experience."

Seacoast Sports brings what it calls "a message of salvation" to over 600 athletes annually. "There's no way we could do what we do at Seacoast Sports without the help of Johnny Dangerfield. I count him as a blessing from God," reveals Koch.

"Thank you Automaxx, and thank you Johnny," adds the Seacoast director of Suzuki, wrapping up, "for being someone who I can truly rely on for anything."

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