Sound Doctrine Ministries is an interdenominational organization of Christians committed to confronting members of cults with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and educating the Christian Church with regard to the cults. An Evangelical organization, we affirm the classical Christian essentials of the faith.
We believe in the verbal, full inspiration and authority of the Scriptures;
We believe in God as a Trinity of three persons with one essence;
We believe Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man, born of the Virgin Mary by the Holy Spirit;
We believe in the Deity and personality of the Holy Spirit;
We believe in Salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone.
We believe in the substitutionary death of Jesus Christ for our sins.
We believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We believe in the resurrection of the saved to eternal life, and everlasting punishment for the lost.
What does Sound Doctrine Ministries Do?
Steve and his colleagues travel weekly to various cult gatherings to engage cultists in dialogue about their faith and to share the Gospel with them.
Trains Christians to Evangelize Cultists:
We will come to your church, student group, conference, retreat, etc., to prepare the people of your organization to share Christ effectively with the cultists in your area.
SDM is continually involved in researching the cults and has a wide range of resources designed to assist the church in sharing Christ with cultists.
Sound Doctrine Ministries Leadership
Steven Tsoukalas, Ph.D. - Founder
Steven Tsoukalas (Ph.D. [Theology], The University of Birmingham [England]; Master of Divinity, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Master of Theology in Religions of the World, Harvard University, the Divinity School) is a member of the Board of Directors and Senior Research Consultant for Sound Doctrine Ministries. Dr. Tsoukalas teaches world religions at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He is the author of Masonic Rites and Wrongs (Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 1995), Knowing Christ in the Challenge of Heresy (University Press of America, 1999), Christian Faith 101: The Basics and Beyond (Judson Press, 2000) and The Nation of Islam: Understanding the “Black Muslims” (Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 2001)
Brooks St. Clair Morton - Executive Director
Reverend Brooks St. Clair Morton is the pastor of Idalou United Methodist Church (Idalou, TX). He is an ordained Elder in the Northwest Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Brooks joined SDM in 2001 after witnessing Steve's magic tricks and Elvis impersonations, and having completed Steve's inaugural Contemporary Cults class at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is married to Kristin, and they have three boys (Ethan, Wyatt & J.D.). He has earned degrees from the New Mexico Military Institute (AA), Texas A&M University (BS Agricultural Development), Asbury Theological Seminary (MDiv; ThM in World Mission and Evangelism), and Wesley Biblical Seminary (MA Apologetics). He is the author of The Great CoMission: Making Sense of Making Disciples (UPA, 2012), and is currently a part-time research student at the University of Birmingham (UK), working in Hindu/Christian Comparative Theology. Brooks is passionately determined to articulate historic orthodoxy and Wesleyan theology in our global, religiously competitive backyard, to make disciples of Jesus Christ, and to equip the Body of Christ to evangelize persons trapped within the cults.
Barbara Sander - Assistant Executive Director
Stay tuned for Barbara's biography.