The Warehouse Ministry was founded by Scott and Cindy LeFevre in 2005 out of a deep burden for aimless and directionless youth and those who had knowledge of Jesus but were lacking discipleship and leadership opportunities to use their God-given gifts. Originally launched in a small warehouse, the ministry’s purpose was to mentor and equip young adults to become who they are called to be as servants for Christ. Within a year, the Warehouse had outgrown the small building where they launched and had begun to pray for a larger facility. In 2007, through God’s miraculous provision, Scott and Cindy had not only found the land to build a new building on, but had also received an unexpected grant to underwrite a portion of the ministry. In 2009, the Warehouse broke ground on the new building and soon moved into the current location at Midway Family Festival.
Before beginning construction on the new building, Scott and Cindy and the Warehouse leadership team were able to meet with the original land owners and found out they were not only born-again believers, but had been praying over their land for years. Their prayer was that their property would be used to help bring the youth of Forsyth County to know Christ. Not only was the land we are now on an answer to our prayers, but also an answer to this Godly couple’s prayers.
Since the start of The Warehouse in 2005, we have sent out many young people who are now operating in their calling as pastors, worship leaders, and business professionals. We have also recorded several CD’s and helped launch music careers for many young musicians and artists. Most important, we have witnessed the grace of Jesus in salvations, healings, broken addictions and miracles in young lives and their families. The Warehouse has helped young people and adults birth ministries and fulfill their dreams and purpose.