Harvest Hands International - Building Communities for Jesus

...Thursday was our last day of planting 24 acres. And the rains arrived Friday!!!! Praise the Lord!

 

Today the Rwentanga farm lost 20 acres of grass, when it was burned by an out of control fire from a local farm. The farm was burning old grass when wind took the fire out of control, and crossed over to our farm.

 

Disabled Children's Outreach - On Friday August 23rd, Colin and Darcy Landells/Wingrove came out for a day with their family to see the work of OURS and Harvest Hands. The Landells/Wingrove's are medical professionals from Canada and the Ibanda families were blessed to have their expertise for the day. The outreach was in Kaginga sub-county of Ibanda District and 64 children were assessed. The day ended around 5pm and several of the children traveled back to Mbarara with us for immediate rehab.

 

 

First day was great! ...Amon and Samuel started with a discussion about the purpose of the football league. Then the group had a bible study that focused on the kids need for God and their call as disciples of Jesus. Then they broke for practice and the kids were taken through a fitness and skills assessment, so teams would be balanced and competitive.

 

Samuel and Amon will coordinate the football league intended for training up youth in leadership. Football is a great means of training youth for life and the men will meet with the youth and parents weekly and guide the youth in bible study, identifying the characteristics of strong leadership.

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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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