Harvest Hands International - Building Communities for Jesus



Last week Jonas and Godwin started to meet the Rwentanga Primary School children and at the end of the week,the children were asked if they'd like to accept Jesus...and 106children put their hand up! So this week the children  begin the adventure of knowing their God in earnest. Pray that the children know their God's unconditional love and acceptance, and that they share the message of reconciliation with others.   

Next week Harvest Hands will begin a new program of bringing children's transformation to students in two Rwentanga Primary schools and one Preschool. Jonas and Godwin will be heading the program and working with over 800 children. Support Harvest Hands to reach more children.


Rwentanga Kid's Camps - in July, we held two, one day kid's camps for a total of 120 children from the surrounding villages. The kids were part of the soccer league's discipleship program, and Harvest Hands brought them together on two successive Saturdays for careful study of God's word to strengthen the children's identity in Jesus and to know the security of their place in God's kingdom. ...in Matthew 9:14, Jesus said, "Let the children come to me. Don't stop them! For the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to those who are like these children". At the camp the children found a place of unconditional love and acceptance, that was fun and safe. ...at the camps, they learned that Jesus wants them with him and he is able to care for and protect them.


Staff discipleship training - Jonas and Godwin attended a week of training sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship, to prepare them for discipling the school children in the local Rwentanga schools and in local church Sunday school classes. ....Harvest Hands International wants to thank CEF for the great work they are doing to disciple children and train others for the same work. 


Installing a fuel efficient stove at farm

Installing fuel efficient stoves - the stoves are for the farm's kitchen staff use, but also as a demonstration for the local community because most homes still use the traditional three stone fire, an inefficient method of cooking, and hazardous to the women who are breathing smoke from the cooking fires...most hazardous when cooking in their enclosed kitchen huts. Using the fuel efficient stoves saves half the wood normally burned with the three stone method and saves the women from lung damage.



Mission Statement

Harvest Hand’s mission is to work with people that are disadvantaged and vulnerable, putting Jesus at the centre of the work, and forming partnerships, programs, projects and small business enterprises which transform local communities to provide for themselves and give witness to God’s love and presence.


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