We don’t just mobilize leaders, but whole communities

Favor’s Portable Bible School graduates often begin new churches in their communities and fill leadership roles in other existing ones. The Word of God and prayer lived corporately and consistently sustains heart transformation.

When we serve a community requesting the Word of God and training, we don’t just graduate leaders, but we ensure there are one or more healthy congregations before leaving. These assemblies accomplish more material heart transformation together than anyone can alone.

Favor raises up and follows up with congregations that:

  • Prioritize the Word of God and prayer.
  • Lift up the name of Jesus with their whole lives, and apply Biblical principles to every part of life.
  • Seek denominational neutrality, or support other denominations in their area.
  • Serve the whole community in love.
  • Multiply themselves through making new disciples and teaching them all they have received.

One church planted in unreached communities can affect countless lives.

“The anointing is in the cluster” – It takes communities to reach communities, and we teach the pattern of multiplication and acceleration we have received to the communities we serve.

You can support a new church plant by sponsoring a portable Bible school with a one-time gift of $3,000, or two people can give $125 monthly to support a whole PBS in only one year! It takes us two months to conduct one, plus the many months before and after for the whole process to work. The result will be an entire community revitalized around the Word of God put into practice and lived in one or more new or revitalized church plants.

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“You want God to do the impossible? Put your feet into the impossibility, and watch God divide the water… You watch God do the supernatural, but go step on it. Go step on it.”

— Carole Ward

Church Planting and Community Revitalization

Favor’s church planting initiatives are an integral part of our Community Revitalization program, helping communities rebuild around the physical and spiritual construction of a healthy church. The process begins as our Community Revitalization team strategically targets communities and villages with little to no Christian influence. Once sites have been selected, meeting are conducted with village leaders to obtain their support and to schedule a three-day evangelistic outreach. This outreach yields a new body of believers and an ongoing prayer community. Next, these new believers are engaged in training and discipleship through our two-month Portable Bible School, through which potential leaders are identified and equipped to lead the new congregation and to train others as pastors and church planters. With these critical elements in place, the construction of a church building begins in some locations where available.

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A Word from Favor

“You want God to do the impossible? Put your feet into the impossibility, and watch God divide the water… You watch God do the supernatural, but go step on it. Go step on it.”

— Carole Ward

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