Favour is a Christian organization, committed to going into all the world and proclaim the Good News of Christ’s redemptive power to the nations as commanded in (Mark 16:15). It is our greatest desire to offer our love to all humans created in the image of God, especially the children, those in need and the hurting wherever they may be, through spiritual, emotional and economic transformation.
Founded by Carole Ward fifteen years ago, Favour is unique in that is trains and equips indigenous leaders to become missionaries, pastors and lay leaders. This is done in order to reach the people of every village and tribe in Northern Uganda and South Sudan with the Gospel in their own language, customs and culture, including large revivals which draw up to a million people each.
Our ministry gives aid and direction to the many orphaned children by helping to integrate them back into their extended families as well as giving spiritual oversight in their upbringing.
Through portable Bible schools, church plantings, medical clinics and economic courses in agriculture taught by their own people, the Gospel and other life-changing transformation is brought to every village and town. In this way, we are addressing the root problems of poverty, whether on the spiritual or economic level to be self-sustaining, and thereby turning their poverty into life changing prosperity.
But transformation takes time and we are committed to the long-term work. Indigenous leaders have proven they are more than able to sustain that work. Our ministry is committed to not just give relief and then leave, but we are here to stay and see it through as the Lord leads.
But faith by itself, if not accompanied by action, is dead. (James 2:17).
There are different ways you can join Carol Ward and her team to help fulfill God’s mandate to “go out and preach the Gospel to all nations”. Ask the Lord how you can join her as part of her team and thereby obeying the scripture as it says, “Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act.” (Proverbs 3:27)