Program areas at First Priority Global Ministries
1. SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. Dozens of new Youth Ministries were started in cities across Africa including the Ethiopian region in such places as Hossana, Tefki, Durame City, Hawassa, Addis Ababa, AA Lafto, AA Kolfe, and Jigjiga in the Somolia region. Additonally, both new and established ministries in Zambia and Uganda saw hundreds of teens growing in their Christian faith and discipleship.
3. EAST AISA & PACIFIC. The ministry of First Priority, teen led ministry in East Asia and the pacific, like all of the other regions, saw many great inroads for the Lord.In Myanmar, (Burma), teen disciples distributed rice to hundreds of the war-torn, hunger plagued people. The Training center built last year was used to teach school to young people who otherwise would have had no school. A team of about a dozen nineteen to 30 year old disciples went on a 3 month tour all over and ministered to needy locals, started churches and helped to construct more bamboo facilities, and started community and sports association ministries.
2. SOUTH AISA. Existing youth ministries among several countries in South Asia saw teens being trained, mobilized and fruitful among their peers. Additionally, humanitarian aid, such as food and education, coupled with preaching the Gospel resulted in hundreds of new converts who were baptized and new bamboo structures were built for weekly church services, and construction on our first Mission Connection Center was completed. The previously stated, and never-ending goal of vision casting, enlisting, and training new coaches, who, in turn, develop new First Priority youth ministry clubs with teen ministers, multiplied in Southeast Asia in 2021, even including ministry being started among national soccer teams of Nepal, and trekkers in the Everest Region.
The remainder of the program expenses were used in a variety of ways (i.e. Teaching materials, travel, training, foreign ministry donations, payroll, etc.) To further the mission of the organization as stated above in part iii, section 1. These program expenses were not directly attributable to the three program service accomplished explained above.