“Then the Lord God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.”
Proverbs 22:6 

We need to improve our agriculture so that the orphanage can become self-sufficient in food

It has always been one of our priorities to grow as much of our own food as possible. During the past 15 years we have grown cereals, fruit, vegetables and have kept pigs, chickens, ducks and fish.

h2o garden

Growing food in our orphanage garden.

man watering the garden

Pastor Gum San has an university education in agriculture and has the skills and knowledge to make our ministry self-sufficient in food, but we need an input of capital to make the projects more efficient.

Our fish ponds need to be relined and air pipes with electric pumps fitted.


In January 2019 there was an amazing series of events were the Lord showed us quite clearly that He wanted us to start farming an unused field so that we could become self-sufficient in food. The final sign from the Lord was when a farmer arrived at the orphanage and asked us if we could employ him. We did employ the farmer and today we have 1200 fruit trees, a chicken coup, and a fish pond.

farmer's cottage

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