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We strive to bring people to a deeper understanding of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ by serving in the ways we are called to serve. These four areas are the keys to the hearts of the people we serve.
Servants in Fellowship has partnered with Faith Academy since its inception in 2006. We come alongside Faith Academy to aid in fundraising, support, projects, and growth. In spite of the instability now in the area, the school continues to grow ad serve this community They offer a Bible based world view, and boast a high percentage of passing graduates each year. Faith Academy founder, Fanfan Janvier, is employed by SIF and his heart for education in his community shines. Alongside the school is also a church that SIF helps support as well.
Serving others is a big part of reaching hearts. It's hard for people who lack so much to hear the truth when they struggle to survive. By meeting people where they are and helping them with a need, we open the door to sharing the gospel. Building houses is a big part of meeting the need for shelter and security. Our team of local tradesmen shine with the opportunity to share their skills and meet this need.
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
Junior Cineas takes this call seriously and invests his time and his heart in making disciples. He pours Bible knowledge in to his students and mentors them in teaching techniques. These new disciples mean the work he does is multiplied many times over and the Kingdom is growing by leaps and bounds.
Engaging in the lives of people, to meet them where they are, to provide for a basic need, to deliver comfort through prayer, to lift hearts that are heavy, to share in joy, to be involved in communities; These are all a part of the outreach branch of SIF's ministry. Whether it's handing them a Bible, building a water filtration system, or participating in a community event, it's a privilege to reach into the lives of others, to build a connection and to share the love of Jesus.