The Lulu Tree prevents tomorrow’s orphans by equipping today’s families through the local church — with sustainable farming methods and tools.
In the South Sudan refugee camps, and across the border in the town of Nimule, South Sudan, both Pastor Santos and Pastor Francis are teaching sustainable farming techniques to local villagers, in addition to sustaining their own ministry through livestock and agriculture. Above is a group of mothers and widows from the refugee camps who’ve started a poultry farm and are thanking God for the provision. Below Pastor Santos is harvesting groundnuts alongside the orphans he’s adopted from child-headed homes. Oxen and plows have also been purchased to plow the land and prepare it for planting. We praise God for the wisdom He’s given these men, as well as the provision of cows, which have made it possible for them to not only care for their own communities, but for villages beyond them.