Sorghum harvest – South Sudan

Workers at Kids for the Kingdom’s self-sustaining farming project in South Sudan are reaping a good harvest of Sorghum, a local grain commonly grown for food. Several months ago, this sorghum was planted and is now being threshed and stored. The sorghum from this harvest will enable our local teams to provide food for hundreds of needy children who attend our feeding programs there. Your gifts and prayers have provided a jump-start to programs to enable local teams to provide much of their own food and begin to create a small income, helping them slowly become much more self-sufficient.