The Ladies ministry at Greater Faith is a year round labor of love. Through yard sales, bake sales, our country store, dinners, fish frys, auctions and other fund raising efforts our ladies help support missionaries and ministries throughout our organization.

Ministries We Support...

TUPELO CHILDREN’S MANSION provides a family unit and special services for children from dysfunctional families. The children are given the opportunity to grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, and emotionally.

NEW BEGINNINGS New Beginnings offers free maternity care services to birthmothers who are considering adoption and child placement services for adoptive couples and children. Infants are available for placement within as few as six months.

HAVEN OF HOPE provides a structured program for teenage girls, ages 13-16, with special needs including behavioral and emotional issues. The basic program lasts for twelve months, with the girls transitioning into Tupelo Children's Mansion or returning to their home.

LIGHTHOUSE RANCH FOR BOYS is a residential care ministry designed to heal the broken and hurting lives of young men. Healing is accomplished by the Word of God ministered in the spirit of love and care.

WORLD NETWORK OF PRAYER is the hub for receiving prayer needs among our fellowship, and serves as the link between the local congregation and the worldwide work of God.

DIVISION OF EDUCATION promotes the Apostolic doctrine in schools, colleges, and chaplaincies, and supports seminars for educators and administrators who serve in the United Pentecostal Church endorsed Bible colleges.

FOREIGN MISSIONS DIVISION and Ladies Ministries work together to ensure missionaries receive appliances, and Christmas and birthday checks. We also support foreign Bible school students. All requests for support are through Foreign Missions Division.

HOME MISSIONS DIVISION is provided Home Bible study courses and tracts through Ladies Ministries. Materials are available for prison inmates. Ladies Ministries also supports new home missionaries through a literature fund. A family assistance fund is set aside for unexpected needs of qualifying home missionaries.  All requests for support are through Home Missions Division.