The Widow’s Seed program
displays a method of mercy and
help… but more than that. It shows
a Grace through investments to
build life for now and for eternity.
The Grace Jesus offers is not only
seed for our temporal gardens… it is
of a Seed of Faith for Eternal Life
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Day 3 Seeds is participating with Raymond Kaija, Director for Seed for Souls East Africa S4SEA, on this very worthy outreach effort. The widows of Uganda, and all-over Sub-Sahara Africa, are in great need of help in support of their families.
Raymond engages widows in his ministry outreach through seed and education of seed saving. Raymond is able to benefit many widows in multiple ways, especially in producing nutritious vegetables in their gardens while they grow certain vegetables for their seed. Raymond then purchases such seed from them providing a source of some income not previously available.
The seed the widows produce is then qualified by Raymond for germination and purity, packaged into small distribution packets by local church members (around his hometown of Masindi, Uganda). These packets are then used by Raymond for further outreach deliveries to many other regions of Uganda as he ministers to hungry people, sharing the Gospel Message at every opportunity.
The widows are being helped and are helping others at the same time. They are not just recipients of some ‘relief seed’ for their gardens, they are now participants in the outreach of S4SEA.
Day 3 Seeds is quite encouraged by this type of outreach for its most sustainable nature, empowering people to grow their own food security. Your gifts may be monthly, quarterly, annual, or perhaps a one-time substantial gift, and can be made to Day 3 Seeds with the notation of Widow’s Seed. The dollars spent on this effort serve in more than one way… food, seed, outreach, and sharing hope.
Monthly pledged support of $25 or
more helps the widow who grows a
crop of seed for future distribution.
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