May 22, 2014

Children show off their produce grown in the city of Lusaka, Zambia, July 2012. Sisters in Africa are working to develop food security by teaching people to farm small sustainable plots of land using natural fertilizers and methods suited to the various climates of the continent. (Joyce Meyer)

Be a gardener.

Dig a ditch,
toil and sweat,
and turn the earth upside down
and seek the deepness
and water the plants in time.

Continue this labor
and make sweet floods to run
and noble and abundant fruits
to spring.

Take this food and drink
and carry it to God
as your true worship.

- Julian of Norwich (ca. 1342 – 1416), English mystic named for her position as anchoress living at St. Juilian's church in Norwich, England.

See also - The dark continent by Joyce Meyer, in GSR Today about African food security.