Announcing Found and Favored Ministries
This year, God impressed us to start Found and Favored Ministries. Our mission is to release the hurting, struggling, and addicted into the grace and freedom of God. It is our desire to share the message of God’s grace and hope at prisons, rehab centers, churches, and conferences across the country. Hope and Freedom Released in 60 Places
Last year, my team and I ministered at 60 different worship services, conferences, rehabs and retreats. Through a combination of inspiring testimony, biblical teaching, powerful worship, and times of response, we shared how God had brought freedom and hope into our lives. As we did, we saw a common theme among all the places we visited.
At every church service or event, we met folks struggling with guilt and condemnation. They weren’t sure if God really loved them or if God was indeed for them. In addition, some were struggling with substance abuse, and some were struggling with a different addiction. Feeling trapped, hopeless, and ashamed, many had been afraid of admitting their struggle. And there was another group of people. Coming forward, often in desperate tears, were those who were believing, praying and caring for a struggling family member.
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The Gospel Is Transforming Addicts In 2013, we began to take our ministry into rehab centers across the Northeast, and God began to work in the lives of addicts and alcoholics. We shared the Gospel with them—Jesus had redeemed them, made them royalty, and favored them. What a transformative message!When someone has been down and out, but hears the truth about their worth to God, it can be a world-shaking, life-altering message. Psalms 34:18 says “The Lord is close to those whose hearts have been broken. He saves those whose spirits have been crushed.”God began to show us that there is such a need to call His sons and daughters home. They feel unloved, they feel unworthy, but they’re still His sons and daughters.Here’s the irony—many of the places that need us the most can’t cover the ministry costs of putting on an event. Nevertheless, that’s where we need to go! Travel, equipment and personnel costs can be thousands of dollars per event. Your support allows us to say YES to the people in desperate need of being set free.
Let’s Set People Free Together
Friends, would you partner with us to meet the needs of those who are addicted, hurting and struggling? Together we can make a greater impact in the lives of those who need to experience the grace and freedom of God. Together we can be the only Jesus that many of these precious people will ever meet.Fourteen years ago I had destroyed my life and thrown everything away. But Jesus saved this drug addict and thief! He changed my name from “loser” to “loved,” and gave me a hope and a future. Since that jail sentence 14 years ago, He has proven over and over that He is for me and is able to restore any situation.
Here are three ways we can set people free together.
Pray: Please pray that we would be sensitive to where the Lord is leading us; pray that God would open up the right doors and close the wrong ones; and pray that we would have right words during ministry times.
Give: Please consider a one-time or monthly tax-deductible financial gift. Your one-time or monthly financial gift of $50, $100, $250 or any amount helps us bring Jesus to the addicted and hurting across the country. Together we can get the message of hope, God’s grace and forgiveness into the places that need it the most. Donations can be made by visiting www.allanscottmusic.com/donate or by making your check payable to CPCF/Found and Favored Ministries. Checks can be mailed to:
Central Pennsylvania Community Foundation 1330 11th Ave Altoona, PA 16601
Discover: You can learn more about us and our mission by visiting:www.foundandfavored.org