“Each harvest at Sacred Farms Ministries (SFM) will contribute to feeding God’s children, advancing the gospel and cultivating the next generation of Sowers”.
On the day He fed the 5,000, Jesus told his disciples who were asking Him to send the hungry crowd away, to “Feed Them Yourselves“ (Matthew 14:16). This was an order and a call to all followers of Christ.
Through Sacred Farms, we can answer this call.
We have begun to identify and partner with churches and schools in areas plagued by chronic malnutrition in Haiti. Furthermore, we hope to collaborate with other organizations that are committed to fighting hunger. Our goal is to have a corn field and a Sacred Farm feeding station in all nine departments of the country - and eventually in other impoverished areas around the world - providing daily nutritious meals to children.
As a ministry that seeks to glorify God, our ultimate goal is to advance the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. In Mathew 28:19, we all have been called to be ministers of the gospel. Therefore, at SFM, our interaction with the world around us will first and foremost demonstrate the love of God.
Many of our brothers and sisters not only hunger for food, but most importantly for truth and a meaning to their everyday struggles. Sacred Farms Ministries propose in every activity, to unashamedly proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ who is the way, the truth and the life.
SFM has been called to cultivate the land God has richly blessed us with. There can be no farm, without agriculture. To achieve this, our primary area of focus will be to grow corn. Furthermore, we have also been given the mission to invest in the youth, the next generation of Sowers. We believe they are an important part of the field Jesus was referring to when he said: The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few (Matthew 9:37).
In Haiti, corn has been reported to be one of the fastest growing vegetables. At mass production, the harvested corn will be converted into corn grits (Mayi Moulen) and a fine corn flower called Akasan (AK100). The (AK100) will be cooked into a porridge (About Akasan).
We trust that God will also use SFM to impact the culture, reinvigorate agriculture and encourage a return to farming life in Haiti. We plan to invest in educating and preparing the next generation of Haitian Sowers and involving the youth is an integral part of impacting the culture.
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