Hope for All Nations
We believe the Church is the hope of every community in every nation. That’s why for nearly three decades we have supported church planting movements in the most unreached areas of our world. We’ve seen God’s Church emerge to bring light and life to darkness and despair. We are grateful for the men and women who serve in areas of great persecution to bring the good news of the Gospel!
Faith Family is also involved in rescuing those involved in sex slavery and helping them find a new and better way of life. We are thankful for the investment of our church family in this mission as we continue to see God redeem and lives and futures! Click below to learn more about current missions initiatives and specific projects.
ASK OF ME, AND I SHALL GIVE THEE THE HEATHEN FOR THINE INHERITANCE, AND THE UTTERMOST PARTS OF THE EARTH FOR THY POSSESSION. PSALMS 2:8
For the past thirty years, Faith Family has worked to see a harvest among the least reached of our world. We’ve targeted the overlooked regions of India and faithfully resourced missionaries who’ve planted churches here. As a result, there have been 540 churches planted and 21,258 people become believers in the state of Madhya Pradesh India. This state alone has had 9 1/2 % of the world’s unreached population. But that is changing! We are grateful for the courageous men and women who share the gospel amidst continual persecution.
As a church we’ve also had the privilege of making a difference among the enslaved. Those in prostitution in India or those taken as child brides or Isis soldiers in the Arab world. These children have been rescued and their lives are being rehabilitated through the love and nurture of Christian families! As a partner with RUN ministries, thousands, if not millions in the Arab world are finding hope and healing in Jesus.
india House Of Palms
For almost a decade now, we have had the privilege of watching God redeem a community that’s been steeped in prostitution for over 500 years. Currently, eighty-six children from this Banchada community reside at our India House of Palms campus. Here they are cared for, discipled, and receive a first-class education. These children are learning about the love of the Father, and it’s changing their lives and futures. Several of these young men and women have gone on to graduate and begin a successful career.
We’re grateful for the pastors and staff that are dedicated and devoted to loving and helping these children find a meaningful and purpose-filled life in Jesus. We are excited that another House of Palms boys and girls home is being completed in the nearby city of Mandsaur. It’s being built by the past and present generosity of Faith Family Legacy campaign and Victory Family Church as well as Teen Challenge India.
On this same campus is a beautiful school built by another generous Christian organization. Others pay tuition here while the Banchada children receive their education free of cost. What a blessing! As soon as the campus is complete, we will house 60 more Banchada children. And in the following year, sixty more. Support for the children includes food, clothing, care, and education.
Khushi Sonu Chouhand
Khushi Sonu Chouhand comes from the Banchada community in the city of Neemuch. Khushi’s mother was a sex worker and conceived her through one of her customers. Khushi’s father left the family and her mother continued in sex work. Before Khushi turned 12 and would enter prostitution, she was rescued through the House of Palms. Khushi has been there for five years now and is enjoying the godly environment and growing in her walk with God. She is currently in 5th grade and doing well in school. Khushi has a dream of becoming a doctor one day.
Age: 7 years old
Rescued From: Al-Qaeda
Next Of Kin: Siblings
Ishmail and his younger sister, Imani, were found sleeping in the mountains of Turkey. Driven from their village, the siblings were hiding from Isis terrorists who killed their Parents. Both children were brought to safe- ty by our rescue team.
After a short time in a secure refugee. camp, Ishmail (9) and his sister (6) were placed with a loving house-church fami- ly. Both children do chores and school work. every day. Ishmail is responsible for feeding the family’s animals with his new brother’s help.