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Since 2010 we have been supporting The Church’s benevolence efforts. Through our system, we are able to receive needs, qualify those needs, and get them out to a group of christians eager to deliver love in a practical way. We take the focus off of the benevolence fund and instead, appeal to the benevolence of the people. Need requests are submitted through partner churches and can be anything – from clothing, transportation, food, money or simply prayer. Once the request has been received and verified, One Need sends out the Need Alert. Those who respond are then connected with the organization, individual or family in need. One Need’s desire is to not only fulfill physical needs but also be used to help with everyone’s one true need – to know and have a relationship with God.


If you need to talk to someone immediately about your need or would like more information on One Need you can always call Rodney McClure directly at 678.431.8200



Rodney McClure

Chief Deeder

Our fearless leader. Rodney brings energy and vision into One Need. He keeps us all on track and moving forward as he seeks God and His kingdom first. We are blessed to follow his lead as God directs.

Brian Watkins

Special Projects

Brian handles our special projects... Like a BOSS! Brian brings a passion for people, a love for Christ and head for the details. Be sure to check out 10on10!

Jesse Horne

Digital Marketing

Our resident geek, Jesse maintains the website keeping everything running smoothly. While keeping us fresh and clean on the interwebs, he brings many years of expertise in the realm of the digital monster rendering One Need a formidable foe to all doubters.

Daniel Johnston

Ministry Advisor

Daniel has over 18 years of ministry experience and has literally worked with 1000's of churches all over the world. He has a passion for helping the local pastor and simply "gets" pastors better than the rest of us. Daniel has an opinion on just about everything! He is around to make sure this ministry thing gets done right.




1.) It is Tuesday morning and you are working on your sermon for the next Sunday. In walks a single mother of 4 into the church to ask for help. She has never attended your church and you suspect she may be addicted to drugs or alcohol. What do you do? What can you do? What should you do?

2.) You get a call from a long time supporter of your church. He has lost his job and is not sure where to turn. His mortgage payment is due, his property taxes are late, and his car has just broken down. What do you do? What can you do? What should you do?

How are you supposed to do it all? Maybe YOU don’t have to do it all…

Would you like to have the One Need system embedded into your Church website? Would you like to be able to tell people in need that they can go to your church site and enter their need? Would you like to alert your church of these needs? What if you could and it was all integrated into your site with your church brand on it? What if we managed all of it for you and only contacted you when a decision needed to be made?


“The truth is that you already have a benevolent people surrounding you. You are training them every Sunday. You do not have to be the only one working on benevolence issues Between Sundays and you certainly don’t have to spend your time setting up a defense system around your benevolence fund. We are called to make disciples and disciples meet needs and share the gospel. Allow us to help you. It is our passion and our calling!”- Rodney McClure, C.E.O. – One Need, Inc.





Need Status Update: Need 14.47 = Open

Status = Open (updated 10.13.14 - 4:31) Single Mother of nine in Need of Bunk Beds  Smyrna, GA (Need 14.47) Good Afternoon. We ale ...

Need Status Update: Need 14.46 = Met!

Status = Financial need met by 3 Deeders..!  Still in need of job opportunities. (8:15pm- 10.6.2014) Family in Need of Helping Hand - Po ...

Need Status Update: Need 14.45 = Met!

Status = Met! - 4 Deeders Responded and donated $230.00 (updated 8:59am - 10.3.2014)   Single Mother Need Help with Storage Unit Pay ...