Pictures of Farming God’s Way

The work of the mission is to share the gospel of Christ with Liberians.  We do that with agriculture outreach using a program called Farming God’s Way. Take a look at these pictures to see more about the work we are doing in the villages of Liberia.

These women walked for hours to hear more about Farming God's Way.

These women walked for hours to hear more about Farming God’s Way.

We always pray over the ground to be planted

We always pray over the ground to be planted

It is important to understand how to prepare the ground before planting the seed.

It is important to understand how to prepare the ground before planting the seed.

FGW teaches us to farm to high standards, on time and with less waste. We are careful as we plant the seeds.

FGW teaches us to farm to high standards, on time and with less waste. We are careful as we plant the seeds.

Liberians live on less $1.25 a day and are among the bottom three poorest countries of the world.  We teach very basic farming applications as that is all that can be afforded.  Here we teach to use white wash for the lime application.

Liberians live on less $1.25 a day and are among the bottom three poorest countries of the world. We teach very basic farming applications as that is all that can be afforded. Here we teach to use white wash for the lime application.

 

We teach to apply God's blanket to the newly planted crops to protect the ground from the rain and the sun.

We teach to apply God’s blanket to the newly planted crops to protect the ground from the rain and the sun.

Trav has taught in three villages in four months.

Trav has taught in three villages in four months.

While Trav teaches FGW during the day at night they hold revivals.  Over 100 people have come to Christ.

While Trav teaches FGW during the day at night they hold revivals. Over 100 people have come to Christ.

We only planted what we could eat because our Liberian friends are real sure about this sweet corn.

We only planted what we could eat because our Liberian friends are real sure about this sweet corn.

 

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