Update on Corn seeds

 We are still giving out corn to the local people in Cazale and the surrounding communities.  We should finish up this week sometime.  We are beginning to see the fruits of their labor in the fields.  The community Development Group is taking giving out the seeds serious.  Various members are visiting farmers and checking up to see how the crops are growing.  It has been encouraging to see them planting and to see the joy on their faces when the seed begins to sprout in the ground and push through the hard dirt.  They see that it is growing and that gives them hope of a good crop.  Would each of you join us in prayer that we would begin to see rain.  It is the 18th of May (Happy Flag Day Haiti!)  and we have yet to see much rain in our area.  The farmers are getting concerned.

   

 

  

 

 Photo credits to Charlie and Anna.  You guys rock! 

Psalm 126:4-6 (The Message)

 4-6 And now, God, do it again—
      bring rains to our drought-stricken lives
   So those who planted their crops in despair
      will shout hurrahs at the harvest,
   So those who went off with heavy hearts
      will come home laughing, with armloads of blessing.

2 Responses to Update on Corn seeds

  1. Please tell me you are handing out open-pollinated corn seeds so the farmers can save some of their own seeds for next year and don’t have to depend on hand outs again.

  2. Roberta says:

    What an amazing thing! The pictures are beautiful!!! Wow guys! So thankful to see it started raining too! Praise God!!!

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