The Building Fund

Make a difference today by donating to our Building Fund with your gift of love. We are a registered Non-Profit 501(C)(3) Organization and your donations are tax deductible.

The Building Fund

Help Build Orphanages

Have you ever walked into a building and just knew you belonged here? Some place that was meant for prayer, praise, fellowship and just cover from the elements? That is why we want to introduce to you the "WAAOM" building fund. There are orphanages that need to be built. Churches need a real roof for the congregation to gather. Sometimes it may be a home of a Pastor that needs repair or taxes paid. We have it happen all the time now, where there is no money to run the ministry and have a home too so our faithful servants are staying in their offices and just need a room of their own. Case in point our technical guy who is the best in the business Jude:

Jude's House

Jude's House

Jude was asked to leave his apartment. He lives in his office now and is asking the LORD to provide for a room with a proper roof to live in. There is a space that has potential, but that is all it has. As a woman, this place could use some ‘warmth’ and he works three jobs. We think he deserves this. The costs would be in the hundreds. He would do the work mostly and hire only as needed. Then, he owns it outright and can never be sent out from his home again. The land is already his. Praise God!

Jude's House

Samwel Onduru's Church

Now, here is a project from our man Samwel Onduru and he is in progress of building a Church for his congregation. The building report includes installation in two phases. Phase one is nearing completion and God has blessed this man with strong energetic young men who help the contractor to keep costs down. Now, phase two is still in need of completion and although he just got a donation from "WAAOM" for $200 there is still a need for almost $400 to complete this place of worship. This can also be used for "WAAOM" meetings, a gathering place for the kids on weekdays and a place for celebration.

Samwel Onduru's Church