Flood the Nations is an interdependent parachurch organization that serves the body of Christ and promotes unity through our programs.
Flood the Nation’s vision was birthed in 2004 to bring the Water of Life to a thirsty world. We desired for people to experience God and really know Him, not just know about Him. Knowing Him brings about real change in peoples hearts. Some may call it a revival, but really it is a revolution of the heart. Through the Mission water Project, Thirsty Conferences, Plunge Discipleship, and the Well devos, FTN brings the water of Christ to the nations.
FTN Beginnings: Through a gathering of young adults desiring more of God, small groups were started and out of those meetings began missions to the nations. In 2006, FTN was invited to Uganda, Africa to hold a crusade and outreach project in Gulu, Uganda where the film Invisible Children was documented.
The team of five arrived in Uganda in September of 2006 for 2 weeks where they saw many people believe in Christ for the first time, some were healed, and the FTN team provided food and clothing for hundreds.
Since the first trip FTN has sent multiple teams back to Uganda teaching, praying, feeding, clothing and sharing the love of God. Other teams have been to Honduras, Nepal, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, and Belize.
FTN’s Future: The Mission Water Project is expanding in Honduras and long-term into Uganda. In addition, our Thirsty Conferences that impart identity and destiny into youth and young adults is building momentum. The need for the them to experience and know the Father heart of God is huge!
FTN Oversight: Flood the Nations is governed by a board of directors who are responsible for the oversight of FTN and fulfillment of the vision and purpose of the organization. In addition, an advisory board made up of pastors and elders from multiple churches provides accountability and counsel to the board regularly.
Flood the Nations is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.