Can you imagine having a family that loves you, but them sending you to live in an orphanage far away from home—perhaps getting to visit them but once a year?Read More
They Escaped ISIS. Now Their Food Is Running Out.
After fleeing for their lives from ISIS, Jamal and her 3 daughters lost everything and now are in desperate need of help. For $58 you can provide this destitute family with life-sustaining essentials for an entire month.Read More
Faith, Brains, and Muscles
One of the things that I love about Farming God’s Way (FGW) is that African farmers learn from the training that God has already supplied what they need. So their only actual need is to access His provision, and Farming God’s Way teaches them how to do it, agriculturally. All wealth comes from the ground. Humans only need to add value by organizing what is under their feet into corn and computers!Read More
The Episcopal Pygmy Millionaire
Father Victor Masangano, an Episcopalian priest in the rural Malawi village of Nangombe, was an "early adopter” of our Farming God’s Way program. That took courage, because the traditional agricultural methods in Malawi are well-entrenched. Everyone in the rural areas farms, and everyone has been farming the same way for as long as anyone can remember. Anyone who does anything different raises eyebrows. And Farming God’s Way puts a whole new culture into agri-culture.Read More
I’d be willing to bet that something Jesus said in His Sermon on the Mount has very little relevance to most everyone who is reading this blog. Here it is: Do not be worried about your life, as to what you will eat or what you will drink (Matt. 6:25).Read More