Prayer Not Only Fuels the Work – It Is the work!
Prayer is the fuel and engine of everything Favor does among the war-affected communities of Uganda and South Sudan. Connecting with God as a family provides the only power we have to bring God’s love and transformation to whole communities.
- Our houses of prayer fuel the teams and transformation that run these movements.
- National prayer gatherings, citywide overnight prayers, and other forms of prayer mobilization bring religious and community leaders together in the presence of God to change the course of nations.
- Favor’s prayer and worship leaders also physically go before our discipleship teams into the streets and villages to proclaim the Kingdom, heal the sick, and bring God’s Word and love to the formerly lost.
Favor’s teams and the communities we serve pray so frequently because we believe in the One who hears us, and by whose love we can speak with God. Because we love Jesus who gave Himself for us, because He is so faithful to hear, and because man’s efforts are so fruitless working without Him, we pray continuously.
We teach and model prayer among everyone, but a large portion of Favor’s national leaders are occupied with the priestly work of prayer, worship, and outreach full time.
The nations of Uganda and South Sudan know that Favor seeks to build 1,000 new physical church buildings in each country to advance the Gospel, end war, and build healthy communities. We are in regular communication with pastors and networks to identify the highest-priority locations and congregations for these new structures.