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Stories about how God is working among the neediest people in Asia and the Arab World

We are Kingdom Gardeners

People live in physical social and spiritual contexts which shape their whole approach to life.

The solution is coffee

Coffee could be a source of sustainable income for these highland people and help them take care of the beautiful environment that God has created in this part of the world.

The problem of snakebite

After extensive research we now understand much more about humansnake conflict. Most importantly we have learnt that snakebite requires a wholistic response.

A land flowing with honey

What were we going to do with all this honey It was far more than I could share with family and friends.

Thinking about good stewardship

Is this good stewardship of the natural resources we have been given I find myself wanting to support these businesses even though I am not a die-in-the-ditch organic consumer. The social environmental and health outcomes offer an excellent wholistic context in which to minister to the owners employees other farmers and customers.

Small beginnings

We got to know new and old friends through conversations about the garden.

Conversations about food and faith

I remember it clearly. My simple stir-fry had opened up a genuine and open conversation with a stranger about my faith in a God who loves and cares for the amazing world He has created. How did that happen

Green in the home and workplace

Ive always been interested in how a Christian care for the environment can be expressed in the workplace. Several years ago three strands providentially came together to set me in a new direction.

A legacy of care

Rosalie discipled many people over her lifetime as they encountered Jesus. Hers was a witness that incorporated care for the marginalised care for animals and sharing Gods word.

For God so loved the cosmos

Should care for the environment be part of mission

Discovering Central Asia

Our team visited a beautiful mountainous country now emerging from its time under Soviet rule. We offered professional development at an international school and visited NGOs served by mission families at the school.

Tell people about our suffering

The inspiring story of Patricia from Brazil refugee worker in Amsterdam and founder of Road of Hope. I think Ive had diseases I dont even know the name of.

Village to the city and back again

One factor for why girls in villages do not go to school is because there arent any female teachers. We hoped to change this.

A barista walked into a cafe

Just as God had begun watering the seed of love for Muslims He also had planted a love of coffee

Serving God without leaving home

I am no hero of the faith but I trust God used me as a stay-at-home mum.