Kingdom Faith Church

A Christian family church, teaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of God.


Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, let us prophesy in proportion to our faith; or ministry, let us use it in our ministering; he who teaches, in teaching; he who exhorts, in exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness.  Romans 12: 6-8 (NKJV)

Here are some of the ministries that we have at Kingdom Faith Church:

Glory and Fire (Worship Ministry)
Comfort with Comforters (Outreach Ministry)
King's Kids (Children's Ministry)

Young Royals (Teenage Ministry)
Men of Honor (Men's)
Well Woman (Women's)
Breakthrough Prayer Taskforce (Intercessory prayer)

Comfort with Comforters (CWC)

Comfort with Comforters is a sewing ministry located in Southern Oregon, bringing comfort to the needy in our community. This is the first outreach ministry birthed out of Kingdom Faith Church.

Comfort with Comforters shares God’s love by striving to comfort and nurture those who need to know that they are not forgotten.  We are comforting those that need it one comforter at a time.

Here are some of the outreach programs that that CwC is a part of:

Comfort with Comforters: The sewing ministry that makes comforters for the needy, the homeless, and the shelters in our community.  

Hygiene Bags:  Hand-made bags that are filled with hygiene products, given to the needy, homeless, and the shelters in Jackson county.

Operation Christmas with the Homeless: CwC and Tailgate Ministries work together to keep Christ in Christmas. Together they provide food, hygiene bags, socks, hats and gloves as Christmas gifts.

Comfort for Kids: Together with local law enforcement agencies, we provide blankets, comforters, and quilts for the officers to keep in their cruisers. On the dispatched calls involving children, they will be given blankets for comfort.

Comfort Cases: Hand-made pillowcases made for the women and children in our local shelters.

Comfort Care Packages: CwC has teamed up with Hope Village to provide a hand sewn comforter, pillowcase, a pillow, and a hygiene bag to newly housed homeless people.

King's Kids

"Behold, I and the children whom the Lord hath given me are for signs and wonders.”  Isaiah 8:18

King’s Kids is the children’s ministry of KFChurch.  The focus is to help raise godly children who would get to know Jesus, love Jesus and seek Jesus early.  Our prayer is that our children would grow to becomes great leaders of the future and fulfill their life’s purpose and destiny in God.

The Word of God urges us to train up a child in the way that they should go and when they are old, they would not depart from it (Proverbs 22:6).  More than ever before, we need to ensure that our children are getting fed God’s word, as the world they live in seems to be getting farther away from biblical principals.

Young Royals

The Teenage Ministry

The focus of our teenage ministry is helping teenagers and young adults discover and realize their dreams like Joseph.  We believe that vision, hope and faith in God would help our young people to make the right choices in life.

The programs offered would help them overcome the challenges they have encountered. This includes dysfunctional families and wrong choices. We want them to see that they can still have a successful future. Our world could do with some God ordained Josephs as our future leaders.

Well Women

The Well Woman Ministry 

This is the women's ministry of KFChurch.  Our vision is to bring women to a place of true encounter with Jesus, just like the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4). 

The Well Woman Ministry aims to help women discover, develop and deploy their God given gifts and abilities.

Men of Honor

The Men's Ministry

This is a ministry for the men of KFChurch. This ministry helps to facilitate deliverance, discovery, development and deployment in the life of men. The goal is to become better men, husbands and fathers that build stronger families and a strong community.