NATIVE CHURCH PROGRAM

The Native Church Program serves as a channel for God’s love to be shown in a very practical way, by providing funds to congregations in developing nations to complete their church buildings.  This Program works because the congregation has to do their part by raising the walls up and so have ownership of their building.  The NCP then comes in to help the local congregation get their roof up, we help them to “concentrate on the Lord, not on rain and or shine” during their worship times.

The Goals of the Native Church Program are:

  • To extend God’s love in a practical, measurable way.
  • To enable people, churches, families, groups, and businesses opportunity involvement in church growth by sponsoring or co-sponsoring these churches.
  • To provide those interested a connection with a real congregation so they may be prayed for.
  • To provide background information of the socio-economic situations in which the churches are planted and growing.
  • To fund one roof per day around the year.

Current Projects

How You Can Help

  • By committing to sponsor or co-sponsor a church from application through completion:  for $50 per month = $600 per year, or more – up to the full sponsorship.
  • By praying for the congregations that are sponsored.
  • By telling friends, relatives, and churches about this exciting opportunity.
  • By sponsoring another project once one is completed.

Each project application is prayerfully considered and approved for a certain amount.  This amount is reflected in the “Full” column.  “Half” indicates the amount needed to sponsor half of the project.  “Needed” is the amount not yet covered by other partners.  Any commitment of $600 or above to a given project is considered a part sponsorship.  Repeated or one-time gifts of any amount are always welcome!

13066 - SOUTH SUDAN
This church was started to accommodate people who had to go a very long distance to the nearest evangelical church. Though starting with only six adults it now has over 150 members in regular attendance. The pastor is a former Muslim. To put the roof on will cost $4,200.
13050 - UGANDA
This church in a village with some 2,700 people has 106 members. Though many there would call themselves Christian, their lifestyle includes a mixture of traditions and unbiblical beliefs. With their building completed, the congregation will be in a much better position to draw and disciple more people. $4,400 will get them there!
13048 - INDIA
The pastor of this church got saved when the family’s milk cow was healed in answer to prayer. He dedicated his life to ministry and started a church against much opposition. Under healthy spiritual leadership the congregation now has 120 members. $2,400 is still needed for this project to put a concrete roof on the building. A concrete roof allows for future addition of more floors.
13047 - ZIMBABWE
This church started as a home Bible study fellowship. The people had to walk four miles in each direction to get to church, until the pastor recommend they start a new church in their own community. A storm caused extensive damage to the current roof. $4,125 is needed to enable this church with 120 members to put a lasting roof on their building.
13052 - GHANA
The church’s growth is stymied by lack of a good place to worship. It has 47 members. $4,400 will provide a lasting roof over this beautiful church.
13061 - KENYA
Begun as an independent church this one did not really grow. When it joined a denomination which put better spiritual leadership into place, it started growing and had to move from a thatched mud hut to this brick and mortar building. $4,400 in hand will enable them to complete their building's roof.
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