Today, in 10-Fold, we journey with Mozart Adevu, one of our over 300 missionaries serving in over 60 countries around the world. Mozart, like all of our missionaries, serves as extensions of our hands, feet, voice and heart.
Read more about the wondrous work in sustainable agriculture that we do with Mozart, and before you do, please register at the 10-Fold web site. Your registration will generate a $1 gift toward the critical service of ministry lived out by our United Methodist missionaries in some of the most desperate places on earth.
Mozart Adevu is one our Global Missionaries who serves across Africa in the ministry of teaching sustainable agriculture. Mozart’s primary role is providing leadership in training of farmers identified by local churches and conferences in six African countries. Training is in subjects appropriate to local needs for improved food production, reduction in hunger and malnutrition, and economic development of communities. As Mozart notes, ”God’s mission of feeding the hungry and the poor has been the hallmark of my work. Through God’s divine grace, the program has already improved the lives of over 3000 destitute families in Africa over the last four years of service.”
Working extensively in the planting/cultivation of moringa trees, Mozart briefly shares that several families returning home after the war in Liberia found that the moringa trees survived, and many families avoided severe malnutrition. In the Kamina area of the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo), where health facilities are scarce, the moringa tree has become a wonderful and free source for treatment of several diseases.
This is just a bit of the wondrous work done by Mozart Adevu. He serves Jesus and continually strives to bring about the transformation of the world, into that place that God intends it to be … “on earth as it is in heaven.”
You can partner with Mozart by giving on-line at: Be a Ministry Partner with Mozart