Eight Nations, Many Tribes
God raised up Favor to proclaim and establish the Kingdom of God in Northern Africa. While headquartered in Gulu, Uganda and Juba, South Sudan, Favor has continued to grow outward, reaching the neighboring nations of Sudan, Ethiopia, Congo, Kenya, Central African Republic, and Chad. Though these nations share borders with each other, the cultures in each nation are dynamically different.
Favor exclusively ministers in the land through indigenous leaders of the land, called, raised up, and sent in Kingdom force to bring God’s love, power, and healing to people traumatized by war, tribal fighting, human trafficking, terrorism, famine and starvation.
The most key element to this process is through conducting two-month long trauma counseling and discipleship trainings we call Portable Bible Schools (PBS). Following a PBS in a given area, we are establishing mission stations nearby for ongoing discipleship, church planting, and growth. (On the map above, these are called FAMI mission stations, which stands for Favor Africa Ministries International.)
Favor brings Community Development and Evangelism & Discipleship nationally, primarily to rural villages deep in deserts, jungles, mountains, and grasslands. Our Education and our Economic Empowerment ministries work from fixed locations in both of our Gulu and Juba headquarters, receiving, training, and sending leaders to the furthest reaches of East Africa.
We serve nations one community at a time to see people know their calling, destiny, and purpose in Jesus. Kingdom culture is taught, and lives that were bound and broken become free and healed to rise up and be all that God has called them to be.