About Favor International:
Favor was birthed by prayer in 2002 by Ugandans and founder Carole Ward in the midst of civil war with Joseph Kony and the LRA to see God’s transformation of leaders and the region. Through God’s miraculous proliferation of the Gospel, discipleship, and mobilized public prayer movements, the previously-unconquerable child soldier armies of the LRA self-evacuated and led to an uneasy peace by 2006. The LRA’s highest general, who converted to Christianity and attended Favor’s Bible school, credited one of Favor’s specific prayer gatherings for ending the war.
In the midst of post-war development in northern Uganda and 50+ years of civil in South Sudan, Favor facilitates sustainable national transformation in both countries in five main ways:
Favor International, Inc.
Reports to: US Executive Director of Favor International onsite in Brandon, Fl (Tampa Bay Area)
Basic Function: This full-time position is responsible for the daily operation of Favor International and handling the administrative duties of the US division. Functions include coordinating activities, handling donor communique, writing various correspondence, tracking deadlines, producing financial and donor reports, and supporting Favor International teams and partners as needed which may include travel and personally assisting the Founder and/or US Director as needed.
Submit cover letter citing reasons for withing to become a valued team member of Favor International with resume and references to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Resume must reflect qualifications and relevant experiences such as volunteer work, mission trips, etc.
Resumes are retained for six months. As new positions are posted, resumes are reviewed and those reflecting minimum qualifications indicated on the new posting may be contacted.
No phone calls, please!
For more information, visit www.favorintl.org
Through mobilized prayer and discipleship, leadership development, and the power of the Gospel, our indigenous leaders holistically transform whole communities at a time throughout unreached, underserved northeast African nations