Stories & Testimonies

Stories & Testimonies

Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Farming God’s Way Ministry of Heaven’s Family.

Picture of trainers and God's Love group members in Rwanda

A Home That Will Endure

Unable to earn money due to the COVID lockdown in Rwanda, a widow named Nyiramageza and her three children could no longer afford the single room they rented and called home. She would soon be without both food and shelter—until our God’s Love Group (GLG) in Kibungo stepped in.

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Picture of GLG memebers and trainers praying

Farmers helping farmers

The God’s Love Groups (GLG) in Karama, Rwanda decided to show their love for one of the Farming God’s Way farmers, Ansisie, by repairing her small house, part of which had collapsed during heavy rain. Now she gives glory to God for the work done by the GLG members and feels that she is no longer alone.

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A picture of farmer in Rwanda

COVID-Proof Crops

COVID-19 lockdowns have paralyzed nations around the globe. In Third World nations where people are dependent on what they bring in daily from their shops to feed their families, the mandatory shutdowns have been particularly devastating—and sometimes deadly.

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Picture of Farming God's Way Trainers in Zimbabwe

Growing Kingdom

At breakfast on day 3 of the trip, I had the opportunity to share the S.O.A.P.S. Bible study method with Joseph, Oni and Agitha. After that it was time to relocate to Oni's home. At first I wasn't sure where we were because we had pulled into what looked like a compound. But I found out very quickly this was unlike many of the compounds for missionaries that I've seen.

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Picture of deaf student in Zimbabwe

Growing People

At our FGW summit meeting in Malawi in 2018, Joseph and Oni shared with me how they had been reaching out to one of the most underserved and undervalued people groups in Zimbabwe, the deaf community. They invested 8 weeks in learning sign language so they could communicate with this vulnerable population and train them in Farming God's Way. I was eager to learn more.

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