Rethinking Land, Soil, Ownership and Stewardship


‘Land’ is such an amazing theme in the bible. For ancient Israel, the promised land was to be a lasting inheritance, a place of meaningful work and rejuvenating rest, a place of incredible abundance (a land flowing with milk and honey) and a place of prayer and worship for the nations. Land has become a … Continue reading Rethinking Land, Soil, Ownership and Stewardship

The Power of a Demonstration Field


There were lots of reasons not to plant a field of maize this season. When it was time for preparing the field for planting, we had barely moved our furniture and boxes into the house. We were still finishing up home improvements, and we were very hard-pressed for time. We didn’t have compost ready. A … Continue reading The Power of a Demonstration Field

How Mentorship Catalyzes A Movement


You then, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. (2 Timothy 2:1-2). Years ago, a mentor told me that, in whatever I did, in … Continue reading How Mentorship Catalyzes A Movement

Unstoppable Shining Lights in Zimbabwe


Kerry Wiens was born in Zimbabwe to Zimbabwean parents just before the beginning of the war for independence. She spent the first 6 years of her life in the small town of Que Que/ Kwe Kwe experiencing a simple African childhood filled with rich culture and community. As a young child she witnessed the advent … Continue reading Unstoppable Shining Lights in Zimbabwe