At each of the children's homes that we build, we provide seed so that they can start a garden by a pregnant goat and cow to start a milk herd and also chickens. We use all of the milk that we need and sell the rest and do the same with the chickens by using eggs for our protein source and selling what we have left over.
In Uganda, where more land is available for our homes, we have started rice fields, increased the number of animals and have produced corn crops that can be a source of income to our homes. We purchased a corn grinder so that we can grind our corn, which is a staple in Uganda. We also grind corn for other people which produces income for us to offset the cost of our children's homes.
Some of these projects provide income for the pastors and it teaches our children responsibility to work and be responsible for the jobs that they are assigned.