As wise stewards of the resources that the Lord provides, Fountain of Life Church has chosen to strategically focus our mission efforts. By concentrating our energy, both spiritually and financially, it enables us to have a greater impact in the mission field. It is for this purpose that we have fostered partnerships with key ministries serving in specific areas, both locally and globally.
We have considered Missions outreach a part of our DNA as a congregation since the church was founded over 40 years ago. Fountain of Life has accepted a powerful mantle of prayer for the nations of the world, believing that God has called us to intercede and travail for God’s preservation, Holy Spirit revelation and salvation through Jesus Christ.
We take the personal safety and security of missionaries seriously. Due to the political climate in some of some of the areas in which our workers are serving, their names and locations are not posted online or on any of Fountain of Life’s social media accounts. We appreciate your understanding on this matter. For more information about specific ministries and areas that we support, please contact our Missions Department.
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In addition to providing regular monthly support for our strategic mission partners across the globe, Fountain of Life Church is proud to partner with two local mission works founded out of our local church.
OCJ Kids, founded by Gary and Tammie Webb, is instrumental in reaching children and youth placed into the foster care system, with special emphasis on the children and youth currently living in group congregant care in Arizona and throughout the United States.
Brothers 4 Hope, founded by Steve Edgley and other men of The Fountain, works with the homeless men and women of Phoenix, providing hot meals, clothing, hydration and hygiene items. Their focus is meeting the physical needs of the homeless population while witnessing to them with prayer and the hope of Jesus for their lives.