|20 Year Civil War|
Through our relationship with the Sudanese congregation of Falls Community Church, we have decided to address the most important concern in Sudan, food security. In order to do this, we need to teach the people how to farm in such a way that they can increase yield in a process that does not rely on machinery. We have discovered such a system through an organization called Farming God's Way (FGW).
|Craig Sorley's Book|
The training will consist of two whole days of classroom training at the Primary School in Buagyi and will culminate in the building of two experimental plots at the farm location in Kalalayi. The class room training will be done through live teaching and DVD presentation of a real farm environment. It will be interesting to see how we can get a laptop, video projector and speakers to work in an area that has no electricity!
The best part about the FGW process is that it uses the Gospel to communicate how to farm. God is the designer of of the crop system and when we adhere to his natural laws, we will get great results. The benefit of this process is that it gives the glory to God when we get great results in the field. To get more of an understanding on this process, you can go to the FGW website or pick up a copy of Craig Sorley's book "Farming that Brings Glory to God and Hope to the Hungry".