Serving the local church across our nation and around the world with a heart for Discipleship, Leadership and Relationship.
To mentor and multiply
Firstly, we aim to reach this generation that will, by living to their fullest potential, influencing their world for Christ.
Secondly, we will network with people in isolated regions of the world, to mentor and empower them to change their communities for the Kingdom of God. Leading people to the Word of Faith and the Healing power of Jesus.
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Our objectives and goals
- To provide love, food, shelter, clothing, education, safe drinking water and medication for orphaned children.
- Help lower the number of street kids and abandoned orphans in the community.
- Improve access to education for underprivileged kids by creating and maintaining a sponsorship program.
- Help orphans who are not academically inclined to acquire technical skills which allow them to support themselves for the future.
- Build orphanages that will raise, nurture and rehabilitate children with a loving and caring environment.
- Train and educate committed caring staff to assist in the raising and nurturing of orphans.
- To develop resources like cows, goats and chickens to help sustain a healthy diet and income stream.
- To provide accommodation, schooling, clothing and food for children in need.
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Our Mission projects
Faith Works International Community Care Initiative
We are pleased to announce that we have embarked upon the journey of a Care facility within our community.
Here are the components of our Fatherhood equipping services. We are going to combine elements of parenting, fathering, family violence, suicide and child protection practice to enhance the safety and well-being of children.
The program principles emphasise the need to enhance men’s motivation, promote child-centred fathering, address men’s ability to engage in respectful, non-abusive co-parenting with their children’s mother, recognise that children’s experience of trauma will impact the rate of possible change. Also to work collaboratively with other service providers to ensure that children benefit (and are not unintentionally harmed) as a result of father’s participation in their children's lives and in intervention.
The largest socio-economic disadvantaged group
Speaking with the Senior Sergeant of the police station, he indicated that the biggest problem in the region is the socio-economic disadvantaged and the high number of single fathers. Compared with fathers heading households with two married parents, single dads are younger, less educated, and less financially well-off within this district. Also more prone to suicide. We would also like to start this programme in Joondalup WA, all we need is a premises to operate from. We would like to also run a soup kitchen as well. If you know of a suitable premises please let us know.
How are we going to achieve this task?
We are going to partner with organisations who have successfully delivered similar services. We expect that clients will be referred to us by other service providers, community corrections or self-referral. We also want to conduct a range of community programs in the areas of substance abuse, anger management, anxiety, fatherhood and life skills training.
We are a non-profit organisation hoping to end father absence by assisting all fathers to be better caregivers. Underlying many of society's most pressing challenges is a lack of father involvement in their children's lives.