God has provided Favor with a 270 acre farm. And wanting to be good stewards of what we’ve been given to work with and lead by example, we have a few sustainability projects that help provide for our ministry teams and support our programs directly. The farm is located just outside of Gulu which includes vegetables and fruit trees, and then a poultry house and fisheries are within our Education compound.
These projects also provide training for our vocational students from God's Institute For Transformation. Former street youth are learning skills and gaining hands-on experience. At the farm we grow vegetables to feed the ministry and are also able to use the products to grind our own fish feed and chicken feed. The fish farm breeds and sells fingerlings and grows table fish for market and for consumption.
The Apostle Paul earned the right to receive total financial support for his ministry, but he also chose to not be a financial burden to communities, in order to demonstrate the love of Christ that compelled him (1 Corinthian 9:9-12, Acts 18:1-4). Likewise, Favor always operates with a ministry-first mindset, but good business is a necessary and powerful ministry – one in which many people are called by God to serve exclusively.