Agriculture is key in dealing with
poverty and unemployment. It is of utmost importance for our communities
to take note of the opportunities that land presents instead of waiting
for handouts. The Word of God says that time and chance happen to all
men (Ecclesiastes 9:11) and it is important that we use our regions land
and labour for the enrichment of our communities. Our region is endowed
with plenty of land and labour and it is the perfect sowing ground.
The agricultural arm of our ministry towards improving our communities has now managed to start and grow 51 kitchen gardens as a means of helping our communities grow their own veggies in their own backyards. We have also planted 3 community gardens in different communities and we supply the seedlings and fertilizers for them to start. Included in these is a farm and a short course on crop and animal production for those partaking to be equipped and skilled in this regard. Currently our agricultural arm of the ministry is working and involved with 9 communities.