DOVE Christian Fellowship International (DOVE International) is a worldwide family of believers in Christ involved in churches and ministries located in six continents. As an international family, we are diverse in culture and background but share a common God-given vision, values, mission, and commitment to start and nurture churches and ministries to transform communities throughout the nations.
DOVE Africa Leaders Conference 2014 is on right now in Kitale, Kenya (East Africa). We have delegates from Uganda, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, U.S.A, India.
This Year's Theme: Church Planting 2020 Challenge (Acts 6:7)
What a joy to see brethren come together to worship, refresh and refocus as we believe God for divine strategies to plant new Churches!
About 30 people gathered to learn about human trafficking at the recent “Stop The Traffic” seminar at Newport DOVE. Simon Arkley, who fights human trafficking in Charlotte, NC and is the director of The Justice Project, shared the following information:
•Sex trafficking happens in every nation in places such as truck stops, local shopping malls, massage and tattoo parlors, as well as city street corners.
•It is slavery!
•It is the third most profitable criminal industry in the world after weapons and drugs: it generates more money than NFL, MLB and NBA combined.
•The average age of a female victim is 13 years old.
•Pornography fuels and perpetuates sex trafficking. The church is called to protect the weak and the lowly.
•What are we doing to rescue those trapped by older, stronger men?
•Everyone can do something: learn about the seriousness of the problem and how to identify victims so you can take action when you see signs of physical abuse; pray; do outreaches where trafficking is prevalent; give financially to provide a safe place when girls are rescued; volunteer with ministries to combat human trafficking.
Asking the Wrong Question?December 16
The right question is not, “How do I get faith”? but “How do I exercise the faith that God has already given me”? Faith is a “gift of God” (Ephesians 2:8). God uses His divine spoon to give each of us a “measure of faith” according to Romans 12:3, ”in accordance with the measure of... Read More >