The Kingdom is Here!

The blind see, the lame walk, the Word is proclaimed, and people are redeemed daily through the planned and spontaneous evangelism of Favor’s missionary leaders.

Favor engages in regular evangelism as the Spirit leads, often in the following ways:

  • The House of Prayer teams going into the hospitals, prisons, and streets to pray and share the Gospel.
  • Missionary teams leading prayer and outreaches in rural villages prior to establishing a Portable Bible School.
  • Worship and prayer teams leading full-scale crusades in cities.
  • PBS trainees conducting door-to-door evangelism and sports youth outreach.
  • Projecting the Jesus Film among rural villagers who have never seen a movie.
  • Missionary teams traveling on foot for days to bring the Gospel and education to unreached people groups.
  • Favor staff members in each department sharing their stories and praying with others for salvation in daily life.

“How then shall they call on the One in whom they have not trusted? And how shall they trust in the One they have not heard of? And how shall they hear without someone proclaiming? And how shall they proclaim unless they are sent? As it is written, ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who proclaim good news of good things!’” – Romans 10:14-15, TLV

You can support one day of a full-scale crusade event preaching to thousands for only $200 monthly, or two people can support such a day for only $100 monthly over the course of a year! These funds pay for travel expenses, equipment rental, event licenses, and pre-meeting advertising. The result will be miracles that bring many to faith in Jesus, family members in Christ healed and set free, and testimonies to God’s faithfulness and love across all generations.

Village outreach before a Portable Bible School in Atiak, Uganda

“It’s time. It’s a new day and new season. David took down fear. He took down paralysis of a nation. He took down the stalemate of opposition, and instead of now Goliath and the Philistines coming on Israel, they turned the table of war around. Israel pursues them, destroys them, and defeats them.”

— Carole Ward

Recent Outreach & Crusade Reports

A crusade in Wau, South Sudan, once swelled to 1.4 million people

Current Outreach & Crusade Initiatives

Purchasing an Additional Crusade Equipment Truck

Favor uses one specialized equipment truck to transport crusade equipment and leaders from city to city, but it is heavily used, and we need another!

Expanding the New House of Prayer Building for Safe Equipment Storage

We are moving from a rented facility to one owned by Favor for the House of Prayer in Gulu, Uganda. Part of this project’s importance is expanding the size and the safety of storing equipment that is valuable for sharing the Gospel. This construction will also reduce operational expenses and increase the quality of the building for House of Prayer needs.

Will you help today?

Outreach & Crusades Overview

Favor reaches many considered to be unreachable by promoting crusades and outreach to the communities. We are passionate about seeing lives changed and especially reaching the vulnerable. Each person has a right to hear the gospel and given the opportunity of salvation.

Thousands of people have come to salvation and Christ through these crusades and outreach. Crusades and outreach many times are the only means by which people are reached where there are no televisions, radios or internet.

Each crusade is labor intensive and requires much preparation. Before each crusade we pray well in advance and seek the guidance of God. God never fails and always prepares the way. In many instances people have come from days away by bicycle or by foot just to hear the word of God. And many have stayed for three days praying and hearing God. But mass crusades are not the only means, we also go from village to village and person to person.

Some Outreach & Crusade Photos

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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