Mrs. Irene leads the FARM STEW Women's Group in Wanyange Hill. She lacks access to clean water. What will quench her thirst?
Norah was struggling to feed her 4 children. But life has improved since Betty, a FARM STEW trainer, came. See her joy!
Journey with us to find water and hope in this African village!
Nakantu's neighbors were inspired, not only by the changes at her house but even more by the sparkle in her children's eyes. Read her story.
There are two main problems with cooking over open fires, but FARM STEW has a simple easy solution!
Desperate situations lead to desperate measures, and the struggle to feed one’s children can lead to horrifying choices.
FARM STEW changes lives. Here is one example of how those transformations begin.
What makes people sick? A curse or a microbe? Learn how FARM STEW confronts false religion!
In a world seemingly filled with hopelessness, FARM STEW is working tirelessly to share hope through the recipe for abundant life!
Water with tadpoles?! Yuck! But what if that was your only option to drink.
Tong says "Thank you so much, FARM STEW!! I will never forget your transformative training and the connections you make to the Word of God."
Patti McKenney comes from a family of well drillers. Now they give so others can have clean water!
Learn about the recipe for abundant life along with Pastor Doug Batchelor.
Get to know our founder and Executive Director in a "Conversation" she had recently with Pastor John Bradshaw, with It Is Written!
How can your kids get involved in a cause they are passionate about? Here are a few ideas.
This inspiring short story from Mr. Mandela in Ethiopia shows how simple garden training from FARM STEW transformed his diet and his life!