“The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into about sixty pounds of flour until it worked all through the dough.” Matthew 13:33 Inundo Development is just over a year old and it has been 7 months since we moved onto the property that is becoming a model and training … Continue reading Transformational Catalysts Are Just Like Yeast
There is a famous battlefield in South Africa called Isandlwana. It is the site of an attack by the shrewd Zulu army on unsuspecting British forces left vulnerable by a miscalculation. In that attack, the Zulu army — armed only with shields and spears — successfully defeated the British infantrymen and cavalry. Earlier this year, … Continue reading COVID 19, An Unexpected War Time Parable
In the journey of setting up the Inundo Model Farm, we have often felt like we are just trying to keep up with what God is doing! It has been both exhilarating, and a bit terrifying – but only in the sense of not feeling in control, which of course we’re not meant to expect … Continue reading Inundo Interns Look to the Future and the Fulfilment of Their Dreams
Having just settled into our new location at the Inundo Model Farm, and planted our first demo field, we received a request to join other trainers, George and Wendy Roberts, in facilitating a Farming God’s Way training on the outskirts of KwaZulu Natal’s third largest city, about a 3 ½ hour drive away. Newcastle has … Continue reading Newcastle, A Doorway to Zululand
When one walks attentively in a natural forest, one’s senses are inundated: the sounds of the breeze through the leaves, the birds singing away, and the buzz of insects; the play of the sunlight through the branches, the infinite hues of green among the countless types of foliage; and the earthy smell. There are incredible … Continue reading What is Compost?
Both Kerry and Dan were born on different continents, Kerry in Zimbabwe and Dan in Canada. When they were first married, they lived in Edmonton, Canada and experienced the challenges of a short summer growing season and long, cold months of winter. Even in those early years together, Dan and Kerry found ways to produce … Continue reading The Gift of Good Land