Anita & Rick Gutierrez
Anita & Rick Gutierrez

South Africa - Poultry for Protein and Profit
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Family doctors Rick and Anita train and equip local missionaries, or “health builders,” to combat lifestyle-related diseases like HIV/AIDS, high blood pressure, heart and artery disease, diabetes and malaria in homes, schools, places of worship and marketplaces. Health builders also receive training in gardening and poultry skills to help them promote good nutrition and provide income, and they lead Bible study groups in their communities. Pray with Rick and Anita for a disciple-making movement in South Africa.
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South Africa - Poultry for Protein and Profit | South Africa – Poultry and Protein

This project seeks to raise $34,500 per year for the next three years to build on an already successful project implemented in 2012 to train and equip people in South Africa who are living in poverty to breed chickens for food and income.

| In the Garden

Then the Lord God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.  -Genesis 2:15

| Hoping for a Better Future

Jabu has a passion to help her community. She is a woman who cries out to God in prayer.

| White Cross – South Africa Galilean Health Kits for Health Builders

This White Cross project seeks to raise $8,000 to equip Health Builders with Galilean Health Kits and training so they can provide good care to the KwaZulu-Natal community.

| South Africa – Trees from Zechariah 3

Offering the people of South African an opportunity run local fruit and nut tree grafting nurseries can produce profit, improve nutrition, result in environmental improvements and result in economic sustainability.

| Ebola Update

When our mentor Daniel Fountain served in the Congo in 1995 there was an Ebola Virus Disease outbreak starting in Kikwit which eventually killed 240 out of 300 people infected once the virus spread from village people to the hospital setting.