Spiritual Fruit Farm Ministry
Implanting the seeds of Truth & Hope in homeless children & adults, as well as providing a missionary respite.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I would like to share with you an exciting new ministry vision I believe the Lord has put on my heart. It is my prayer that you be well as you receive this letter and that others less fortunate may enjoy the fruit of our labor together. I appreciate your consideration and your thoughtfulness as you continue.
Picture a farm where we grow spiritual fruit. Imagine creating an environment to ignite the imagination, utilizing object lessons (Hebrew picture imagery), taking that which is physical to teach that which is spiritual. And in so doing, producing spiritual fruit (Fruit of the Spirit) through individuals such as yourselves, in order to change the lives of those whose hearts the seeds of Truth are implanted.
(Hebrew Picture Imagery)
"I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me, and I in him,
he bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing."
(Using that which is physical to teach that which is spiritual.)
In the coming months, I'll be making some life changing decisions and am currently in the advice gathering stage. I recognize that this project will require divine wisdom and guidance to come to fruition. It is my belief to accomplish this goal, all hearts of those involved will need to be plowed with praise and fertile with prayer.
What I would ask of you, is to commit to praying for this ministry three times a week. That the Lord would bring into my life, individuals with passion with various personalities, gifts, skill sets and even the resources to be part of a dynamic ministry team. My goal is to take this vision from the heart and mind into a physical reality.
Please let me know if you would be willing to join this prayer team.
I'll be sending you information to update you with the various prayer needs as this ministry develops. And you can respond with your insights along with your level of interest and involvement as you have been led through prayer.
I ask for your prayerful support.
To The Kingdom,
Gregory L. Donough
Thankfullness is the soil in which joy thrives!