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A Village Church

Posted by on Dec 9, 2015 in Field Updates | 0 comments

A Village Church

Pictured on the left is Isaac, a trained missionary and pastor who is co-leading Favor’s work in S. Sudan and studying medicine. Earlier this year while proposing a church plant in a village outside Juba, he was driven out by the village chief who did not want a church to be built. The villagers, however, wanted the church so much that they attacked and badly hurt the chief, who was sent to the hospital. When he opened his eyes and saw that the doctor assigned to him was Isaac, he was amazed and realized he had been opposing the work of God. Now he enthusiastically supports a new church...

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The Power of Ask

Posted by on Oct 14, 2015 in Speaking and Teaching | 0 comments

The Power of Ask

Here are a few thoughts I gathered from the Word and in prayer about the power of ASK. It is hard to do, but commanded again and again as Jesus’ way of receiving. This is difficult in the western culture, because we’re taught so much to be self reliant and self dependent, but God is looking for us to be fully dependent on him! “ASK” –  (MY DEFINITION) Seek for a request to be fulfilled / seek an answer / to confidently make a request or need known / desire / require / inquire / seek permission / demand / audibly press / insist / look for something / finding or looking...

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Repentance Brings Transformation in Oyam Village

Posted by on Oct 6, 2015 in Field Updates | 0 comments

Repentance Brings Transformation in Oyam Village

On the tenth of this month we brought church leaders, intercessors and other born again government officials for evaluation, prayer and strategizing how to transform Lango sub-region which comprises of 8 districts. We were concerned why many great church leaders rise and suddenly disappear from the scene. Based on the research done and the data collected, we discovered the first president of Uganda, the late Apolo Milton Obote had dedicated this tribe (Lango) to the devil and the nation of Uganda so that he might rule for life. We had to discover many satanic alters he had built where he used...

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Small Beginnings

Posted by on Sep 21, 2015 in Field Updates | 0 comments

Small Beginnings

For who dares make light of small beginnings? (Zech 4:10) Every great work has its genesis moment. Every powerful work of God began in someone’s prayer closet. Our Rural Education and Empowerment Program is no exception. It’s genesis moment was in a rented room as Carole Ward and a small group of Ugandan’s met daily to pray as those praying had a burning desire to bring the Gospel into the rural and remote villages of Northern Uganda. The first twelve graduates trained in our Gulu Bible school became the leaders, equipping and sending others with an aim to reach into the...

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Healing Mind, Body, and Spirit

Posted by on Sep 7, 2015 in Field Updates, REEP | 0 comments

Healing Mind, Body, and Spirit

As we travel from village to village with portable Bible schools, we see over and over again lives crushed by what would be considered simple medical problems – a toothache, diarrhea, a fever – all can be crippling or even deadly when left untreated in these rural communities far from any kind of medical services. This is why we have included a strong medical component in REEP (Rural Education and Empowerment Program). There are two ways we use the medical field as a tool for evangelism and outreach. One is the ongoing Community Health outreach of our field program, which is...

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