Enduring Suffering

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Giant Slayers

My final blog brings us to Rwanda. We have two Farming God’s Way trainers and two model farms in Rwanda, one in the eastern part of the country and one four hours south. Peter trains in Bugesera (in the east) near his home and has multiple God’s Love Groups there. This is where the GLGs started their own savings program and bought all the members animals to continue to grow their businesses. The general in that area under Peter is Theoneste.

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“It’s Working!”

Our greatest need in FGW is more trainers. Every time I go to a community to see the work our trainers are doing, someone says, "We need more training in our area." In 2018, we set in motion our model farm game plan. The model farm provides income for our trainers, a training center where people can learn FGW, and a place where quality trainers can be developed, all while allowing our trainers to spend more time with their families.

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Disciples Making Disciples

The final leg of my journey took me to Kenya, where I stayed with our trainer Griffin Juma. This was a very encouraging trip. On the first day, I visited with Griffin, his wife, and four of their five sons. I love those little guys.

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Money and Marriage

Farming God’s Way is a tool that can help the body of Christ equip the poor to break the yoke of poverty. Our biggest need is for more trainers. We currently have 8 trainers working in 6 countries. Most of them have disciples whom they are training to train others. But our trainers need to provide for and spend time with their own families too. If they spend all their time running around teaching FGW but their family needs are not met and their marriage fails, that is a loss for the kingdom.

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From Failing to Flourishing

I recently reported on the massive harvests our Farming God’s Way farmers in Zimbabwe have brought in. After three years of drought, and having to farm in what looked like beach sand in some places, our farmers achieved food security and an increase in wealth this year!

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