USA – Love your neighbor as yourself – September 25, 2020

What a wonderful month of fellowship and encouragement as we have hosted the produce, including corn, and garage sale that have brought people together to give and help each other, including our brothers and sisters of faith in Africa.

Thanks to the people that helped plant and harvest the crops and plant and harvest the sweet corn that the Harvest Kids used to get donations that have been sent to Uganda to build a primary school for vulnerable, less fortunate children, many of whom are orphans. 

Thanks to Walker Motor Works in Marysville for making corn available at their car dealership, Fellowship Ministries that hosted a garage and produce sell in their community on the Samish River and our fellow co-laborers from Tennessee that donated to help with the school project in Africa. 

So many people donated items and many donated money for items they were going to give to other people. Corn was taken to be used in their homes and to give to their friends. Over and over through each day we were blessed to share our faith and have others share their faith and why they wanted to reach out to others as a blessing during these uncertain times where so many are faced with difficult and confusing circumstances.

The building for the church fellowship in Kayunga in central Africa is completed and we have sent $3,550 of the $5,520 needed to finish the building for the church fellowship in Iganga where many of the Muslims are coming to faith in Jesus Christ every day.

We were blessed to receive over $2,000 for the 6,000 ears of sweet corn we harvested. We have sent $3,250 that is enough to purchase the property and start construction and the kids are praying that others will help as they continue to collect their change to have the $4,510 to finish the Harvest Doves Primary School in Kayunga.

“This is how we know what love is:

Jesus Christ laid down His life for us.

And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers. If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.”

1 John 3:16-18