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Weekly Show with teaching from Philip D Cameron and a focus on his mission work to Eastern Europe rescuing orphan’s from being caught up in human trafficking.

October 11, 2021

Going Against The Currents of Life

On Daily Faith, our guest is Teresa Pritchard. Mrs. Teresa is a mother, grandmother, and co-pastors of Fayetteville Community Church in Fayetteville, NC. Today, Mrs. Teresa is here to encourage your faith and speak life to your inner man. She has recently written a book with the help of her two eldest granddaughters entitled, Against the Current. This book explains the challenges and difficulties of the river of life, called the world system. This world system is rapidly changing, making it hard to keep up, leaving us confused and emotionally unstable. Many people are struggling with their identity, mental illness, fear, anxiety, and depression. When we go with the flow of the world system, things and events in life seem to appear easy and acceptable. Yet, as Christians, we are not called to go with the flow of the world. We are called and designed by God to be set apart for His purpose. We are to be in the world, not of the world. When we give God our yes, we begin to go against the currents of life and swim upstream. This task is not easy; however, God has provided lifeguards and anchors that keep us safe and hold us tightly to the promises of God. God will be there with you in whatever storms you may be facing. So hold tight to God’s unfailing hand today, and be encouraged to fear not; Jesus knows your name! For more information about Teresa Pritchard’s book, Against the Current, please see www.teresapritchard.net

The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart of our outreach ministry in Eastern Europe. We have a village of homes called Varta Village in Moldova and a house in Ukraine. Together we house over fifty kids who this world has rejected. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in eastern Europe. Often these kids are forced out of their homes and sent to grow up in an orphanage. They grow up with feelings of loss, sadness with no hope in sight. When they turn sixteen, they are kicked out onto the street, leaving these kids subject to the false hopes of human traffickers. They have been battered by the storms, tossed around by the currents of life; however, upon coming into our homes, they are now discovering their true identity by the love of Jesus Christ! The Orphans Hands ministry has been rescuing these unwanted children of the world and is providing a safe place to call home and a family who loves them. Their faith is strengthened daily by the word of God, who is the anchor for their soul. They would like to thank you for your generous support and thoughtful prayers from their hearts to yours! To learn more about The Orphans Hans Ministry and how you can help support Betzer House, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


October 1, 2021

The Power of A Story

Today, on Daily Faith, our guest is Mark Yoder of Christ Community Church in Sumter, South Carolina. He wants to talk to you about knowing the heart of our heavenly Father through the stories of the Bible. Most people know there is a God but haven’t discovered the benefits of a relationship through Jesus Christ, His Son. The word of God is alive and inspired by the Holy Spirit, full of life, stories, and parables that help us gain more insight and understanding of God’s true nature. Pastor Mark has written a book called Garden to Garden: The Story of God and Us. In this book, you’ll learn how God has established a relationship between man and Himself since the beginning. This story takes you chronologically through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, helping you grasp your true identity as a son and daughter of Christ. Pastor Mark wrote this book to help others grow and learn in their knowledge of Jesus and find enrichment in an established relationship with God. When our eyes are opened to know His love, you’ll discover how the power of a story can change your life! What story has God written for you to learn today?

For more information about Christ Community Church in Sumter, SC with Pastor Mark Yoder, and to get a copy of his new book Garden to Garden, please visit www.cccsumter.com.

The Orphans Hands ministry has helped to rescue unwanted and abandoned children for the past thirty years. One of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe is Moldova. We have a village of homes called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. We help save young boys and girls from the risks of human trafficking. Due to poverty and lack of social support from their community, these children are often kicked out of their homes, forcing them to live in an orphanage. They are told that they are nothing in the orphanages and will never amount to anything in life. With feelings of loss, despair, and hopelessness, they are again kicked out at the age of sixteen and on the street with a bus ticket back to where they came. It’s in that hopelessness when we reach out and share the love of Jesus with them. We have told them, if they were born, God has a plan.  Our kids are growing in their relationship with God through their love for Jesus. The stories of the Bible have impacted their hearts, helping to establish their true identity in Christ. From orphans to sons and daughters of Christ, they are now missionaries, returning the same love they have received to those in need. Thank you for your support! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry and how you can help change a life for a dollar a day, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 27, 2021

Help, Hope, and Healing in the Storms

On Daily Faith, our guest today is from the greater New Orleans area, Pastor Dennis Watson. He is the Senior Pastor of Celebration Church in Metairie, LA, with eight campus locations in the United States and other Nations. He is here to talk about weathering the storms of life. His church has seen and endured its fair share of storms and despair over the last decade, but one thing remains true, and that is Jesus Christ, their solid rock. With hurricane Katrina, they lost over 60% of their congregations and were down to serving two church campuses, but they remained faithful to the Lord and dedicated to their communities. The body of Christ rallied together across the area in response to these devastating storms, and Celebration Church has increased in campus locations! God has genuinely kept His promises, never to leave them, nor forsake them in times of trouble, and has provided for their needs. Pastor Dennis wants you to know that storms are a part of life; however, what matters is how we respond to them before, during, and after. When we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, the author, and finisher of our faith, He will be faithful to see us through whatever circumstance comes our way. Today, we want to encourage your heart to hope in the Lord, always relying upon His hand of mercy and grace to see you through. Together we can provide help, hope, and healing to those in need. For more information about Celebration Church with Pastor Dennis Watson and support their relief fund, please visit www.celebrationchurch.org

 

The Orphans Hand ministry is the heart and soul of our mission work in Moldova. We have helped save and rescue unwanted and abandoned children from the risks of growing up in poverty and despair. Since Moldova has one of the highest death rates leading to alcoholism, they often break up the homes, forcing them to grow up in an orphanage. In the orphanage, they are told that no one loves them and will never be anything in life. When they become of age, they are kicked out onto the streets with a bus ticket back to where they came. This tragedy leaves them subject to the risks and false hope of the traffickers. We have stepped in to provide a clean and warm place for them to grow up, giving them a sense of ownership. We have a village of homes called Varta Village and a house in Ukraine. It’s in our homes where they are learning the ways of the Lord and how God has been faithful to provide for them in their deepest darkest storms of life. God has helped them leave the pains of the past and grow in the future He has for them. Your prayers and support have helped our kids grow hope and healing. Thank you! To learn more about the Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.  


September 23, 2021

Mind The Gap

On Daily Faith, the word of the Lord for you is, mind the gap! If you are in a season of waiting and have done everything you know to do, this message is for you! Pastor Derek Draughon is the Senior Pastor of Saraland First in Saraland, Al. He has a powerful word about minding the gaps of life that we often find ourselves in when facing opposition from the storms of life. The Lord allows us to go through times of testing and seasons of waiting for our next assignment. Those moments, Pastor Derek refers to as the gap between your ask and the answer. Over time, it becomes challenging to endure and maintain a posture of waiting for our answers, causing us to want to give up. However, you’ve come too far to give up now. The Lord wants you to know that you are not alone. He is in the middle of the gap season with you. Even though you may not be able to see Him working directly in your life, He is. God is at work, making a way through the wilderness to bring about His promises in your life. He loves you, and His word is true. He will never leave you nor forsake you. Although the battle isn’t over yet, you can take heart in knowing that this battle is the Lord’s! You’re one more heartbeat away from victory. Our prayer for you is as He whispers words of strength to your heart that you will find rest and comfort in His everlasting arms! For more information about Saraland First with Pastor Derek Draughon, please visit www.saraland.church

Moldova is a country between two worlds. Due to poverty and lack of support in this area, most kids are often sent out of their homes to grow up in an orphanage or live in poverty-stricken homes. The Orphans Hands Ministry is the heart of our mission work in Moldova, Eastern Europe. We have been rescuing kids for over thirty years. When they become of age, they are forced out of the orphanage, leaving them subject to the risks of human trafficking. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine, where we take in these wanted kids, providing a place for them to rest and learn the ways of Jesus. Although our kids have endured times of extreme waiting and have felt stuck in the gaps of life, they have now discovered that their heavenly Father keeps His promises. They are experiencing God’s presence manifest in their lives like never before. We’ve recently welcomed thirteen more kids into our homes that we would like to show you. With your love and support through Jesus, we are caring for orphans and rescuing those in need. Thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry and help sponsor a room in Betzer House, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 22, 2021

God is the Good Shepherd

On Daily Faith, we have a Rhema word straight from the Father’s heart to yours! Psalms 23 is one of Philip’s favorite scriptures, and we are diving deeper into the meaning of this scripture with our guest, Pastor Rich Butler. He is the Senior Pastor of Hope Church in Spartanburg, SC. Last year, the Lord prompted his heart to begin a sermon series about finding rest for our weary souls, letting go, and allowing God to bring us to a safe place beside still waters and green pastures. In the New Testament, Christians are referred to as sheep, and God is the Good Shepherd, and we are the sheep of His pastures. Sheep depend on the shepherds to care, protect, and guide them along life’s journey, bringing them to a safe place to graze. In this season, the sounds of the world are beginning to weigh us down, causing even the strongest ones to grow weary, and if we aren’t mindful, we’ll become downcast. The devil wants to keep us turned upside down in our circumstances. However, in Jesus Christ, we can find rest for our weary souls. If you find yourself in a season of heaviness, lost with feelings of hopelessness, the Lord says, “I want to shepherd the hearts of My people.” We encourage you to stir your faith up in the Lord, allowing the voice of the Good Shepherd to drown out the sounds of the world. He alone can replenish your weary soul. For more information about Hope Church in Spartanburg, SC, and to listen to his sermon series on Restore My Soul, please visit www.hopesc.org

We are growing by leaps and bounds at our homes in Vatra Village. We have a village of homes in Moldova and a house in Ukraine for those of you who don’t. We help save and rescue unwanted and abandoned children from the risks of human trafficking. Moldova has one of the highest rates of alcohol abuse, and this travesty leaves many children alone and desperate for love. The Orphans Hands ministry has become a point of intersection for these children. By bringing them into our homes, they are finding rest for their weary souls by God’s grace and mercy. They have a sense of ownership and are relying upon the Good Shepherd to guide them each day. Recently, we have been excited to have welcomed thirteen more children into our homes. These kids are finally in a safe place where they can experience the love of a family. It’s from the love of Jesus through your prayers and generous support that our kids are beginning to rest in the Lord, allowing Him to replenish their souls. Thank you for showing our kids the love of Jesus! To learn more about our ministry outreach, The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 21, 2021

The Feasts of Tabernacles

On Daily Faith, we welcome back Pastor Mike Coleman to the show. He is the Lead Pastor of Church Alive Orlando in Winter Park, FL. He is a Biblical Archeologist who unveils backstories of the Bible, bringing history to light in a modern world. Today, Pastor Mike Coleman would like to walk you through some of the Jewish Feasts mentioned in the Old Testament in the Bible and share the importance of understanding how Biblical feasts relate to our walk today. There are seven biblical feasts listed in the Bible, and in the Spring of this year, four of the feasts we see Jesus has fulfilled. There was a time when the Israelites disobeyed God and wandered in the wilderness for forty years; however, God was faithful and kept His promises to them. Although they suffered amid their wandering, God brought them into their promised land at the end of a generation. We are currently celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles. Pastor Mike wants to encourage your heart that God’s presence is there with you no matter what season you find yourself in. God has never left you, and He never will. If you are experiencing a season of wandering in your walk with God, we encourage you to recount the ways God has been gracious to you and how He has helped you—offering songs of praise from a grateful heart! There is life, purpose, and destiny in celebrating these feasts. When we put on a spirit of thankfulness, it’s sure to spark a revival in your heart! To learn more about Church Alive Orlando with Pastor Mike Coleman, please visit www.churchaliveorlando.com

The Orphans Hands Ministry is the heart of our mission work in Moldova, Eastern Europe. Due to poverty and lack of support in this area, we have been rescuing kids for over thirty years. Most kids in Moldova are often sent out of their homes to grow up in an orphanage or live in poverty-stricken homes. When they become of age, they are kicked out, forcing them to find a job and place to live. We are the point of intersection between the risks of human trafficking and a new life in Jesus Christ. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. Our kids are learning how the blood of Jesus has saved them and brought redemption for their souls. They are experiencing God’s presence in their lives, growing daily, and standing on the promises of God. They desire to see others coming to know Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit. We’ve recently welcomed thirteen more kids into our homes that we would like to show you. With your love and support through Jesus, we are caring for orphans and rescuing those in need. Thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry and help sponsor a room in Betzer House, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 20, 2021

The Mask and The Mark

On Daily Faith, Pastor Buddy Meloy is with us to continue the topic of Intersections in 2021. Pastor Meloy is a Prophetic Pastor who brings insights revealing the prophetic nature and what it means for Christians today. Americans are facing the harsh consequences of being silent. Vaccine mandates, border crisis, travel passports, inflation, free speech, wars, rumors of wars, natural disasters, and the increase of technology, to name a few events going on in America and around the world. We never thought America’s freedoms would be in question and come to endure so much agony. The only truth left standing in the world is the church. Now is not the time to sit in fear in the darkness of our situations, waiting for something to happen; it’s time for the church to rip the mask off and use its voice! Perilous times will come, but through faith, we have the word of God to stand on as we see these things begin to happen. Wake up, America! There are only a few differences between mandating a mask and mandating a mark. We pray that your faith in Jesus Christ will be encouraged and strengthened! Rise and build remnant of God. “Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.” Luke 21:28 NKJV. For more information about New Life Christian Fellowship with Pastor Buddy Meloy and to listen to more of his teaching, please visit www.nlcflc.com

 

The Orphans Hands Ministry is the heart of our mission work in Moldova, Eastern Europe. Due to poverty and lack of support in this area, we have been rescuing kids for over thirty years. Most kids are often sent away to grow up in an orphanage or live in poverty-stricken homes. When they become of age, they are kicked out, forcing them to find a job and place to live. We are the point of intersection between the risks of human trafficking and a new life in Jesus Christ. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. Our kids are learning how the blood of Jesus has saved them and brought redemption for their souls. They are growing daily and standing on the promises of God for their lives. They have ripped their masks off in proclaiming the love of Jesus to those in need. We’ve recently welcomed thirteen more kids into our homes that we would like to show you. With your love and support through Jesus, we are caring for orphans and rescuing those in need. Thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry and help sponsor a room in Betzer House, please visit www.theorphanshands.org


September 17, 2021

The Power of Fasting for Breakthrough

On Daily Faith, We’re talking about American politics, news, and most importantly, the word of God with Pastor Myles Holmes. He is the Lead Pastor of Revive USA in Collinsville, IL. Today, he leads us to discuss how to fast for breakthroughs and the importance of having your faith rooted in Jesus Christ when storms come our way. The church has been silent for too long, and it’s time for the body of Christ to come together and remove our masks. We can’t sit around waiting for something to happen; we must stand up for what we believe according to the word of God! The only source of truth in America is the church, standing the word of God when the opposition tries to come our way. America needs a great revival, and the only way we will see that happen is through prayer and fasting. When we come before the Lord with hearts of repentance, the Lord is gracious to forgive us for all of our sins, yet we must believe in Him. God will never leave us nor forsake us during times of despair. It’s time for the church in America to rise and be counted. We want to encourage your faith to be strong and courageous in the Lord! If you don’t use your voice, you will lose it. “Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.” Ephesians 6:10. For more information about Revive USA and Pastor Myles Holmes’s ministry, please visit www.mylesholmes.com

For those of you who don’t know, we have a ministry called The Orphans Hands. We help to rescue unwanted children from the perils of growing up in poverty and lack of support. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe. It has one of the highest death rates due to alcohol abuse. Many children who live there have been abused, neglected, and abandoned by their families, leaving them to grow up in the orphanage. The Orphans Hands is a point of interception for them. We help save and rescue them from the terrible risks of human trafficking. We have villages of homes called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. By providing a safe place for them to live, creates a sense of ownership. Upon coming into our homes, they discover and understand Biblical principles, engage in fasting, and praying for the needs of others to see a breakthrough in their lives. Their faith is rising in the Lord as they use their voice proclaiming the word of the Lord! By sharing God’s love with them, it has helped heal the wounds of their past. Our kids have sown seeds of encouragement into the lives of others and are reaping a bountiful harvest of blessings in their own lives. We want to say thank you for your generosity! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 16, 2021

Be A Voice, Not An Echo!

On Daily Faith, joining us today is Pastor Scott Ethridge, Lead Pastor of The Healing Place in Shreveport, LA. He wants to bring your attention to the time and seasons of the Lord. The Bible is not just a book on the shelf, and the Holy Spirit inspires its words. The word of God is full of promises that we can stand on when we’re battling feelings of loss, fear, and desolation. Also, it brings our attention to remember the great and mighty acts of God. Pastor Scott is encouraging you to pause and listen to what the Lord is telling you to do, then do it. The Word says in Isaiah 54:17, “No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, And their righteousness is from Me,” Says the Lord.” This scripture is the promise of God that we can stand with faith, knowing that God is fighting for us! It’s time to wake from our sleep and slumber. Dust off the ashes of the past and step into the new season of God! It’s time to use your voice for His Kingdom’s purpose. For more information about The Healing Place with Pastor Scott Ethridge, please visit www.thpshreveport.com

The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart of our mission work in Eastern Europe. For those who don’t know, our outreach ministry started over thirty years ago in a Romanian orphanage when Philip and Chrissy Cameron adopted a little boy. We now have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. In Moldova, these kids are often kicked out of their homes and sent to grow up in an orphanage. When they turn sixteen, they are kicked out of the orphanage with a bus ticket to return to where they came. Our mission is to help save and rescue these unwanted and abandoned children from the risks of human trafficking. We have seen our kids give back to those who abused them, sharing the same of Jesus they have received. Their growth in seeking the Lord is astounding, and they are saying yes to the call of Jesus, using their voices for His Kingdom’s works. They have become sons and daughters who have turned into missions for Jesus. When you reach beyond where you are to help those in need, you’re getting back more than you could imagine! Thank you for your support. To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org


September 15, 2021

Connecting Points of Intersection

On Daily Faith, our guest and long-time friend, Pastor Buddy Meloy, is here to share prophetic insights in this year of intersection and how significant events are unfolding in the world. Pastor Buddy Meloy is the Lead Pastor of New Life Christian Fellowship in Lake City, Fl. We have seen an increase in natural disasters on historical days, and many other significant events happen, all of which are Intersection points. As events in America and worldwide continue to unfold this year, things will become tricky yet expose man’s lies and deceitfulness. We, as believers, need to set our faces like a flint on the Lord and be a His watchman for what’s to come. The word of God says that in the last days, perilous times will come, but God will deliver us from them all; if we only believe in Jesus as our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ is the solid rock we can stand on when the storms of life come our way. Pastor Meloy shares this vital information with hopes to help enlighten your understanding and bring revelation into God’s timing. Our prayer for you is that your heart will be strengthened, and may your faith continue to grow in Jesus. So, no matter what may come your way, you’re standing on the promises of God to see you through! Be of good cheer; God has overcome this world! For more information about New Life Christian Fellowship with Pastor Buddy Meloy and to hear more prophetic messages, visit www.nlcflc.com. 

Nadia’s story is one of loss, fear, and poverty. Nadia grew up in a small home with only her mom and two younger brothers. The living situation was rough, and she had to work to help provide food for her family at a young age. In this video we share, we want you to see what your generous support and love for these kids have helped do. We want you to see the love of Jesus in their lives as they learn more about Christ’s unconditional love for them. We want you to know how much our kids love and thank God for you daily. For over thirty years, we have helped save and rescue abandoned and orphaned children from the risks of growing up in fear and the potential concerns of human trafficking. In Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, kids are often sent to live in an orphanage, and when they turn sixteen, they’re kicked out and left with feelings of fear and rejection, alone on the street. The Orphans Hands has a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. We’ve become an intersection point, helping these kids discover a better life. They are surrounded by other kids who share the same pains, and their hearts are healing together in God’s timing. Thank you for your love, prayers, and support! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


September 14, 2021

You’ve Been Nominated for a Miracle!

On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor Matt Woodfill, the Lead Pastor of The Way Church in Spring, Tx. Pastor Woodfill wants you to know that You have been nominated for a miracle today! We want to encourage your faith and help to strengthen your inner man by sharing with you what God can do! God is still in the miracle-working business. He still heals. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. God wants you to know that you are His beloved, and you are in the palm of His hands, and you are not far from God’s reach. There has never been a storm that has not blown itself out. We serve a mighty God, and His name is Jesus! There has never been a better time for a revival worldwide! So, whatever circumstances you may find yourself in today, remember to think about all of the great works God has done for you and how He has saved you. Remember His blessings and how He loves you. He will never leave you nor forsake you. Hold on a little bit longer; only believe, God is about to intervene in your circumstance!! Be encouraged. For more information about The Way Church in Spring, TX, with Pastor Matt Woodfill, please visit www.waychurch.org

At the heart of The Orphans Hands ministry, we help rescue orphaned and abandoned children from the terrible risks of human trafficking. Did you know that Moldova is one of the most impoverished counties in the world and has the highest death rate due to alcoholism? This travesty often breaks up the home and sends these children to grow up in an orphanage and never to experience a family’s love. When they turn sixteen, they are sent back to the village where they came from, leaving them subject to more bribes and harm by the traffickers. Thus leaving these children abused, alone, and afraid of what the next day will hold. For the past thirty years, we have become a point of interception for these children and have helped provide a better life. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine that can house up to seventy-five and counting. Upon coming into our homes, once orphaned have now turned into sons and daughters of Christ. They have a sense of ownership and a safe place to call home. They are learning the Agape love of Jesus, and by this, their hearts are healing from the pains of the past. In this busy world we live in, it’s easy to take the things we use daily for granted, but today, we want to share a glimpse of one material thing that can change a life and bring a smile to your face. We have not only seen miracles; our kids are living miracles from God. Thank you for your generous support and prayers!! For more information about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org


September 9, 2021

Seed for the Sower

On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor JB Whitfield, Senior Pastor of Agape Faith Church in Clemmons, NC. Pastor Whitfield is also an Author, the President and Founder of International Covenant Connections Fellowship, the President and Founder of Impact University, and the Founder of the Triad Dream Center of Winston-Salem. He also serves on the board of various global ministries. We live in a time in America when technology is increasing, and we have become preoccupied with the things around us, making it easy to overlook those in need. We may also be in trying circumstances that seem to prevent us from giving, especially when we are experiencing times of financial drought. We read in Genesis 26:12, “Then Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the same year a hundredfold; and the Lord blessed him.” The land was in a drought, and everything was barren, yet, Isaac sowed a seed, and God blessed him and increased every side. Today, Philip and Pastor Whitfield want to share key principles from God’s Kingdom on Sowing and Reaping. Pastor Whitfield explains how God, our heavenly Father, will supply our every need, making the jobs that we have the means to give and help sow into the lives of others. When we purpose our hearts what we what to give, God will provide the seed to the sower. We want to encourage your faith and sow a seed in good soil; once you do, get ready to reap a bountiful harvest in God’s Kingdom!

For more information about the Agape Faith Church with Pastor JB Whitfield, please visit www.agapefaith.com and register for the free LEAD+ Conference; please see www.jbwhitfield.com

Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe. It has one of the highest death rates due to alcohol abuse. Many of the children who live there have been abused, neglected, and abandoned by their families, leaving them to grow up in the orphanage. This poverty-stricken society has left these children feeling hopeless and forgotten. The Orphans Hands is a point of interception for them. We help save and rescue them from the perils of human trafficking. We have villages of homes called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. Upon coming into our homes, they discover and understand Biblical principles, engage in Bible studies and prayer, and spend devotion time together every week. By sharing God’s love with them, it has helped heal the wounds of their past. Our kids have sown seeds of encouragement into the lives of others and are reaping a bountiful harvest of blessings in their own lives. We want to share a new video with you about a girl named Nadia, who is now reaping blessings from the seeds you’ve sown into our ministry. We want to say thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


August 12, 2021

God’s Grace is Bigger Than Our Failures

On Daily Faith, we welcome back Pastor Keith Nix. He is the Lead Pastor of The Lift Church in Sevierville, TN. Pastor Keith would like to share a remarkable true story with you, and he has published a book about it called “Larry Nix: From the Torments of Hell to the Glories of Heaven.” It’s a true-life story based on God’s redemption and grace in a young boy’s life and how God’s mercy is available for all who believe. Pastor Keith’s late father, Larry Nix, grew up in the 1950s in a poor family. He never knew his biological father, and his stepfather was a drunk. Larry Nix was abused and neglected at a young age, leaving him physically and emotionally starving for attention. His heart was full of anger and hatred from the events during his childhood, and he wanted revenge. Pastor Keith explains how the Lord brought this young boy through the deepest valleys of hell to the highest mountain top of God’s love. God transformed his heart from a heart of stone to a heart of flesh. If you find yourself going through a rough season and you seem to be stuck in the valleys of life today, we want you to know that there is a God who is real, and He loves you with a violent, jealous love! No matter what you have done, God’s grace is bigger than your failures, and it’s a free gift He is offering you. God will never leave you nor forsake you. God is a friend that sticks closer to you than a brother, and He knows your name. Call on His name today. For more information about The Lift Church with Pastor Keith Nix, please visit www.theliftchurch.tv, and to get a copy of his new book, please see www.keithnix.net.

Moldova has the highest death rates leading to alcohol consumption, forcing many young children out of their homes to grow up in an orphanage. In the orphanages, the kids are told that no one will ever love them, and they will never amount to anything in life. We help save these abandoned and hopeless children from a life of tragedy and the risks of human trafficking by bringing them into our homes and providing for their needs. The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart of our outreach, and we have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. God has radically transformed their lives from pain and loss to hope and joy. They are growing their relationships through the Father’s love and daily experience of His mercy and grace. We are about to welcome 15 more children into our newest home, Betzer House. These kids have never known the love of a family. We want to thank you for your generosity and prayers by showing you a video of how you have helped to write another redemption story. Thank you. For more information about  The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


August 12, 2021

Take Your Stand in Faith

On Daith Faith, Pastor Derek Draughon is back with us to share insights on the power God has given us as Christians over the spirit of fear. He is the Lead Pastor at Saraland First in Saraland, AL, and he is the host of Fuel Cast, a show dedicated to inspire, encourage, and strengthen your inner man. Pastor Derek discusses the importance of grasping the power God has given to us through His word and using it against the enemy’s attacks. Every day, we face situations that attempt to hinder our walk with the Lord that can keep us in a state of confusion. The devil tries hard to blind you and keep you in the lowest and darkest places of despair in your situation. He promotes feelings contrary to the word of God. This same ploy causes us to shrink back, keeping us from standing in our God-given faith. Peter describes to Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:17, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” Philip and Pastor Derek want to support and encourage your faith today, giving you a word that inspires you to hold onto God’s promises for your life and trust in His faithfulness. Don’t sit and curse the darkness; take back your day by standing in faith and walking in God’s power, love, and sound mind for your life. For more information about Saraland First with Pastor Derek Draughon, please visit www.saraland.church and watch the latest episode of Pastor Derek’s show Fuel Cast visit www.fuelcast.tv.

For over thirty years, we have been working in a small, impoverished country in Eastern Europe to help rescue orphaned children, giving them a safe place to call home. Moldova has the highest death rates leading to alcohol consumption, forcing many young children out of their homes into an orphanage. In the orphanages, the kids are told that no one will ever love them, and they will never amount to anything in life. Those hopeless words leave these kids with feelings of fear and rejection. When they become of age, they’re forced out of the orphanages with no place to live or food to eat. The Orphans Hands ministry has been a turning point for these young kids and saves them from the risks of human trafficking. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. Upon coming into their new homes, they learn to let go of the fears from the past, allowing them to walk in true freedom by the Holy Spirit. The power of God has forever changed their lives, and it enables them to reach out by faith and help others that they were once like. They have a video to share of what your generous support and prayers have helped them accomplish. Thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org


August 3, 2021

Focus on the Covenant

On Daily Faith, Philip’s best friend and pastor, Pastor Tony McAfee, joins us today. Pastor McAfee is the lead pastor of Covenant Life Church in Clinton, TN. Recently, the Lord gave him a powerful revelation on the importance of Communion within the body of Christ and how it has been minimized within the church. Communion is an oath unto God. It’s a symbol of our dedication in remembrance of what Jesus did on the Cross. It reaffirms our faith in Jesus, and it’s not intended to be taken lightly. Everything is relational with our heavenly Father. Communion is more than having fellowship; it’s an intimate partnership with Him through Jesus Christ. Having that foundation is a vital step in our Christian walk. Pastor McAfee expounds on how Communion brings union with Jesus and our relationships with each other and how it keeps us humble before God. The blood of Jesus covers everything we could ever do, enabling us to live and proclaim His Good News to the world. Today, our prayer is that you will turn your heart to the Lord in humble adoration and focus on the covenant, your partnership made with Jesus. There is power in His blood, and it is covering you. For more information about Covenant Life Church with Pastor Tony McAfee, please visit www.cl.life.

 

Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe. They have the highest death rate, per population, due to alcoholism. This devastation breaks up the home and sends many children to grow up in an orphanage. These kids are left alone with a sense of hopelessness and rejection. In the orphanage, they are told they’ll never amount to anything in life. When they turn sixteen, they are sent back to those who abandoned them or left on the streets, subject to the risks of human trafficking. The Orphans Hands is the heart and soul of our outreach ministry. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. We help rescue these unwanted and forgotten children by taking them in and giving them a place to call home. They become sons and daughters, turning into missionaries. Through faith in Christ, they’re establishing a covenant relationship with God on a foundation of His truths. They acknowledge and remember the price Jesus paid for their sins by regularly taking communion. We’re currently opening another home named The Betzer House for more children to discover their identity in Christ. Through Jesus, it’s because of your love and support that enables us to be God’s hands extended. Thank you! To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org


July 23, 2021

The “How To’s” of Church Leadership

On Daily Faith, we have a new guest to share with you today! Pastor Cory Demmel is the Lead Pastor at Cape Christian in Cape Coral, FL. Pastor Demmel has served in various leadership positions over the past 16 years, most recently as the Ministry Development Pastor at Bellevue Christian Center. He is passionate about teaching and training our leaders to discover their purpose and passion. Today he will be discussing leadership principles and cultural variances inside our growing church communities. We may have the same church principles yet different management styles and strategies in our church culture. How do we promote exemplary leadership through our organization’s culture? How do we blend and set these principles into motion that apply to our church’s culture? Pastor Cory Demmel walks you through basic steps to help increase your understanding and areas of growth in leadership. Although growth in this process is hard work, it will pay off. It’s vital to be honest with yourself and take the necessary steps to action. We encourage you to reach out to others for social support and information relating to your community and build a strategy to win your community for God’s Kingdom. For more information about Cape Christian in Cape Coral, FL, and leadership training from our guest, Pastor Cory Demmel, please visit www.capechristian.com

The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart and soul of our mission work. We have been working with the orphanages in Moldova for the past 30 years. In Moldova, many children have been kicked out of their homes due to alcohol abuse and neglect within their families. They are sent to an orphanage to grow up, where they are told that they will never be anything in life. The Orphans Hands ministry has been a point of interception for these children to help save and rescue them from the risks of human trafficking upon leaving the orphanage. By bringing them into our homes, we give them a place to live that establishes ownership. We have a village of homes called Vatra Village in Moldova and a house in Ukraine. Our kids are learning and discovering who they are in Christ and developing leadership tools that enable them to minister to those in need. They are no longer orphans but missionaries for the Lord, accepted by Jesus; they desire to see this younger generation take action by being the church. Although we may live in different countries, our church cultures and principles are still the same. Our kids want to share a sample of what a church camp looks like in a communist country. Thank you for your generous support and continued prayers. To discover more information about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


July 22, 2021

The 400 Year Cycle

On Daily Faith, Pastor Mark Ivey is back to discuss the divine Biblical and historical time we live in and what the scriptures say. We are living in perilous times in America. There has never been a more significant time and need for a revival in American history than today. Pastor Mark Ivey explains his revelatory truths from the heart of God about the 400-year cycle of waiting we’re living in. In the book of Genesis, God set the universe in order, and it works on His timetable, not man. According to scriptures, God made promises hundreds of years ago, and Pastor Ivey believes we are about to see them fulfilled amid this season of destruction in America. The new things of God are about to spring forth with great excitement, and the Holy Spirit is convicting the hearts of men and women, calling them to fresh repentance and water baptism. Yet, God is searching for people who are hungry for more of His Spirit, those who are willing to host the presence of God in the End Times. No one knows the time or the hour when Jesus will return for His bride. However, the suddenly of heaven is waiting for those who will align their hearts by faith, declaring God’s promises over their lives. Pastor Ivey is the lead pastor of Christ Alive Church in Newton, NC. For more information on Christ Alive Church with Pastor Mark Ivey and discover more of his teachings, please visit www.christalivechurch.com.

Church Summer Camps are in full swing at The Orphans Hands. Our kids have been practicing and preparing for this ministry opportunity for a long time. They believe that God will change one life by them sharing His love with them. Many children in Eastern Europe are abused and neglected by their loved ones, kicked out of their homes, sent to grow up in an orphanage. Ignored mainly by the institutions, they’re told that no one loves them and never will. When they come of age, they are sent back to the ones who abandoned them, leaving them subject to human traffickers, giving them false hope for a better life. The Orphans Hands ministry starts to rescue these children simply by giving them a place to call home. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine, where the love of a family surrounds them. They each learn and grow their relationship with God through love, repentance, forgiveness, baptism, and relying upon what God’s word says about them. They are forever changed from orphans to missionaries for Jesus. Thank you for your prayers and generous support in helping provide for God’s children. To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.throrphanshands.org.


July 21, 2021

Faith Sparks Miracles

Our guest, joining us on Daily Faith, is the Founder and President of Destiny TV, Evangelist JT Guyton, from Atmore, AL. Evangelist JT is talking about healing and miracles breaking out, giving testimony to the power of God in the church. Recently, he was asked to speak at a service in Sloan Lake Community Church in China Grove, NC, where they are now in their fifth week of revival services. Across the country, many people there are hungry for a move of God and desire to see their lives changed by an encounter with the Holy Spirit. During this time, they have witnessed many miracles and healings take place in the presence of God. Evangelist JT wants to pray with you and to let you know that God is no respecter of persons. Your healing took place on the cross thousands of years ago, by the precious blood of Jesus, and it covers you! What God has done in the lives of others, He can do for you. God is asking for us to believe in His mighty power and receive our healing or miracle. If you are in the middle of a storm or an unbearable situation that you may think is too far out of God’s reach, we want to encourage your faith to stand on the word of God. By faith, declare His promises over your life and begin to thank God for your victory in that area. Matthew 5:6, “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” For more information about Evangelist JT Guyton and DestinyTV programming, please visit www.destinytelevision.tv

The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart of our mission work. We have been helping to save orphaned and abandoned children for over thirty years. When they turn sixteen, these kids are kicked out of the orphanage where traffickers offer them fake jobs and suffer the risks of being sold into human trafficking. The Orphans Hands has been an interception point for these kids. In a small country in Eastern Europe, we have a village of homes called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine, where these children are welcomed into our family and come to life. We provide everything from education to doctor’s appointments. Some of our kids are studying to be doctors, lawyers, and social workers because they see the need and want to reach out and help others the same way Jesus reached out to them. By faith, they have stepped out and are seeing healing miracles take place in their lives. Betzer House, dedicated to Pastor Dan Betzer, is our last home in Vatra to be completed that will house fifteen more kids. We’d like to share with you a video that our kids created and edited, thanking you for your continued generous support and prayers. What you do in the lives of others will happen for you. For more information about The Orphans Hands, please visit www.throrphanshands.org.


July 19, 2021

The Deconstruction of America

On Daily Faith, our guest is Zachery Drew, host of The Zach Drew Show. He is a watchman for this next generation, bringing us astonishing insights into what is taking place in America and worldwide. Today, he sounds the alarms on the leftist agenda known as Marxism by outlining and explaining their plans, schemes, and ideas on the deconstruction of America. Yet, many people in America have fallen asleep and are blind by their lies and deception. They’ve been casting shadows on the wall, making you believe their false narratives while unraveling their plan for a global reset. Along with these false narratives, they are twisting words, providing misguided information, destroying America’s History, and promoting fear for you to submit to their power and control. It’s an Antichrist spirit that has come as a wolf in sheep’s clothing, stirring in their hearts to tear America down one step at a time, all in the name of Equality. Zach Drew wants to share his thoughts about this vital information and his predictions on how these events may occur. Amid America’s course for destruction, there is hope, and His name is Jesus. The enemy may come to steal, kill, and destroy, but God has come to give life more abundantly in Him. Our prayer is that your faith is strengthened and stirred to action by God’s truth. Jesus is alive, His word is the truth, and His promises will come to pass. It’s time for the church to arise, find its voice, and stand for what we believe. For more information about our guest, Zachery Drew, and watch the latest episode of The Zach Drew show, please visit www.zachdrewshow.com

The heart of our mission work is in Moldova, a small, impoverished country in Eastern Europe. Many of the children who live there are often sent out of their homes by their loved ones to grow up in an orphanage. Leaving these children hopeless, abandoned on a path to destruction. The Orphans Hands has helped rescue these unwanted children by saving them from the fears and risks of human trafficking. We have helped feed, clothe, provide education and most of all share God’s truth with a generation that has lost hope. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine with up to 75 children. Upon coming into our homes, our kids have grown from sons and daughters to missionaries for the Lord. They have left the feelings of neglect and fear behind and are walking in the fullness of God’s love. Amid the pandemic and lockdown, our kids planned skits, wrote plays, and arranged their summer camps for kids in nearby villages. They desire to see this younger generation cry out to God in hopes for a revival to break out. Thank you for your prayers and continued support. To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.


July 15, 2021

Creating A Family Environment

On Daily Faith, joining us is Pastor Greg Haswell. His passion is to equip the church to walk in its calling. Serving in the ministry for over thirty years with his wife, Michelle, Pastor Greg Haswell moved his family to America from South Africa. He planted a church, and he is the senior pastor of Northlands Church in Norcross, GA. He also serves as chairman of the global leadership council of World Without Orphans. This organization started in 2010 in Ukraine and is now in over eighty-five countries and growing strong. The word of God says in James 1:27, “Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.” The concept within the organization is to encourage the church to step up in its calling with grace, reaching beyond its limitations into God’s plan by adoption. Creating a family environment for these desperate children gives them a sense of self-worth and belonging. Once adopted, their identity has been changed from orphans to beloved children. If the church opened up their homes to one child, what impact would that have on God’s Kingdom? For more information about Northlands Church in Norcross, GA, with Pastor Greg Haswell, please visit www.northlandschurch.com or learn more about World Without Orphans, see www.worldwithoutorphans.org

The Cameron family started their missionary work over thirty years ago in a small, impoverished country in Eastern Europe when they adopted their son from an orphanage in Romania. Their hearts were struck by the horrendous living conditions lack of social support in these orphanages. They knew that they had to help in some way. The Orphans Hands ministry helps save and rescue these once desperate children from the risks of suffering a deadly life by human traffickers. In Moldova, The Orphans Hands ministry has a village of homes called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine. Together they house around 75 rescued children and, by the mercies of God, are in the process of helping to support more children. Upon coming into our homes, our kids learn and discover their true identity in Jesus Christ by becoming sons and daughters. No longer orphans, these beloved children are now missionaries unto the Lord, serving and growing their relationship in Christ by the love of Jesus. They are currently in the middle of hosting a summer camp for the younger kids in nearby villages. Their hope in their outreach ministry is to reach this younger generation, in a communist country, for our Lord Jesus, one child at a time. We want to thank you for your generous love, prayers, and support in helping to change a life for God’s Kingdom. To learn more about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.