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MOMENTUM!
Stewarding Time
Prayer Points for the Upcoming Season
As Light Shines into the Darkness
Building on a Solid Foundation!
Canada Trip
Foundations for Farming Testimony
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Trumpet Call: Update…..
Trumpet Call: Bulawayo News…
Catching up with Werner Johannes Swart
Reflections on the Trumpet Call Prayer Day for Zim by Scott Marques
Foundations for Farming Champs Update….
“Your Prayers are Needed”…from Brian Oldreive
Trumpet Call: Bulawayo Business Breakfast
Trumpet Call update by Scott Marques
The Call Is Going Out!
The least is the greatest…..by Peter Cunningham
“How can we activate?” by Scott Marques
Prophetic background for Zimbabwe by Brian Oldreive

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MOMENTUM!

Posted on: October 5th, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

 

 

  • The 1st of October marked 30 years since the birth of Foundations for Farming and of Brian Oldreive walking out the call he heard regarding God’s plan for the poor.
  • David Coltart, Hon Minister of Education has just posted the following on his Facebook page: ‘I am delighted to announce that Cabinet approved the MOU between the Ministry of Education and Foundations for Farming yesterday.’
  • Scott Marques is currently in Hawaii speaking about Trumpet Call! Agriculture to leaders at the Transform Our World conference with Ed Silvoso, Bill Johnson and others.
  • Heads of Denominations (EFZ HOD’s pictured above), Provincial leaders and the Trumpet Call! Agriculture Vision Team have had some thrilling gatherings to solidify purpose and direction!
  • 250 000 Trumpet Call! Agriculture brochures are about to go to press and be distributed across the entire nation through the Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe.
  • The Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) and Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference (ZCBC) are in unity and on board with Trumpet Call! Agriculture momentum and information distribution. This could reach up to 1.4million Catholics alone!

The momentum is growing, God is on the move, Zimbabwe will be fed!


Stewarding Time

Posted on: May 21st, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

    It’s harvest time all over Zimbabwe and here at River of Life – Westgate that is exactly what you will find.  Workers harvesting the crops that they have carefully tended to and nurtured this 2012 growing season; carefully tracking yields, and reaping what has been 6 months in the making.  Months of work [...read more]


Prayer Points for the Upcoming Season

Posted on: May 13th, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

  Hello All!! All of us here at Trumpet Call!-Agriculture hope that you have had a wonderful, blessed, and beautiful weekend! We would love to share some prayer points with all of you who are willing to partner with us in prayer through this journey and adventure that we are embarking on.  First and foremost, [...read more]


As Light Shines into the Darkness

Posted on: May 7th, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

Do you ever have the feeling that you’re fading – Just too tired, exhausted, burnt out to keep on, keeping on? I think so often as Christians we tell ourselves that we’ve got to have it all together and that if our friends, our families, our spouses, our kids, really anyone saw how “not” together [...read more]


Building on a Solid Foundation!

Posted on: April 30th, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

Ask any good engineer or master builder, a good, strong and long-lasting foundation is imperative to the longevity, overall strength and character of the final structure. Whether we are talking about buildings or people, the principle remains the same.  In the third world, many of the most important foundations of society (family, health, agricultural, and [...read more]


Canada Trip

Posted on: February 13th, 2012 by trumpetcall No Comments

The General Secretary of the EFZ, Rev Lindani Dube, and the Chairperson of Foundations for Farming, Pst Scott Marques, are looking forward to travelling together this week to Canada on Trumpet Call!-Agriculture business.  There are numerous diasporan Zimbabweans, friends, churches and organizations who are increasingly supportive of this initiaitve.  Rev Dube and Scott have many [...read more]


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