The mission of Red 12 is to empower youth with purpose, identity and artistic expression; equipping them to change their world through the arts for the Kingdom of God. It is a faith based nonprofit which reaches out mainly to urban youth. In 2011, Red 12 began with classes in dance, drama and voice; as well as character development and leadership training. That summer Red 12 led classes in dance in arts camps in Oklahoma and Arkansas, but that was just the beginning. Since then, they traveled to Quito, Ecuador, performing in front of 5,000 youth at Brilla Youth Conference. There they mobilized 90 area dancers for a flash mob at the city square. The next year, in LA they performed in three area churches and youth conferences. There they had the privilege of attending workshops held just for them by leaders in the entertainment industry; such as CEO of For His Glory Productions, Reyna Joy Banks and award winning actress and vocal coach, Dianne Venora. the following year, in Atlanta they led Youthreach Urban Youth Conference. When they returned to Tulsa, , Red 12 moved into a new facility that houses Red 12 Studios and Academy. They partnered with The Demand Project, performing the original play "The Puppet House" in local high school assemblies, warning of the traps of sex trafficking and promoting internet safety. Later Red 12 studios moved into a new facility in West Tulsa for the purpose of reaching the many at risk youth in the area, Since then, Red 12 ministered at the Girls Teen Summit at the Tulsa Dream Center and the National Symposium for Racial Reconciliation.
In 2022 our name was changed to Red12Nation and we went from working mainly with urban youth to Kingdom artists of all ages.
From our Mommy, Me and Jesus dance class for our 3-6 year olds, to our classes for adult worshipper,s, Red12Nation has become a creative community of all ages for the Glory of God.