Not Their Last Supper

Picture of food being distributed in Guatemala during COVID-19
28Apr

Not Their Last Supper

COVID-19 has reached Guatemala. Businesses are shut down. Necessities are sparse. While it sounds all too familiar to the crisis those of us in the US and other Western nations are facing, the difference is that in Guatemala, starvation is an immediate threat. Most workers live day to day with their meager earnings. Guatemala already had a high malnutrition rate of 50%, and when suddenly most of the jobs available to the poor are gone, the threat of starvation is immediate, even if many don’t have that emaciated, long-term hunger look we’re accustomed to seeing in places like Sudan, Africa, for example.

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Picture of farmer and Farming God's Way trainer from Africa
21Apr

A Farmer Gets a Farm—Finally

This month you helped a farmer. Not an ordinary farmer, however, but a farmer who didn't have any land. Wait, what? How can you farm without land??? You can’t. And that was a problem.

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Picture of girl in Guatemalan classroom - Covid-19 pandemic
03Apr

Creative Compassion

I am trusting the Lord with you amidst all of the concerns with Covid-19. As you know, this virus is no surprise to our sovereign God. I pray that you are well and encouraged by His gracious promises to go before us, to be with us, and to never leave us or forsake us. He is good and worthy of all praise!

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Picture of Farming God's Way God's Love Group in Rwanda, Africa
01Apr

Bursting with Blessing

In my previous trip update I shared with you about the trip I just returned from in Africa, where I joined our incredible Farming God’s Way team for vital team building and ministry visits to God’s Love Groups that are transforming their nations one farm at a time. I also shared how, back in 2017, our entire team fully embraced the concept of God’s Love Groups.

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