AGRICULTURE , PERMACULTURE
Genesis 2V15: The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.
We are the guardians of our Father's creation. Our role as a child of God is to reveal his glory in our daily lives and in this environment common to all humanity; Earth.
Through our involvement in agriculture and permaculture, we aspire to a simple lifestyle respectful of the creation of God. What unites us is a return to authentic life with Christ, in all areas of our life. Fruit trees, vegetables of all kinds, some animals will also be there to give life to this place.
In the long term, the resale of part of the production as well as seeds will contribute to improving the financial autonomy of the center.
Make fruit to give, not to collect.
Romans 8: 18-25: I believe that the sufferings of the present time cannot be compared to the glory to come that will be revealed to us. Creation therefore awaits with ardent desire the revelation of the sons of God. For creation was subjected to vanity, not of its own free will, but because of the one who subjected it to it, with the hope that it too will be freed from the bondage of corruption, to share in freedom of the glory of the children of God. Now, we know that, to this day, all of creation sighs and suffers the pains of childbirth. And it's not just her; but we too, who have the first fruits of the Spirit, we also sigh in ourselves, while waiting for the adoption, the redemption of our body. Because it is in hope that we are saved. Now, the hope that we see is no longer hope: what we see, can we still hope for it? But if we hope for what we don't see, we wait for it with persistence.
This verse speaks to us of the creation which awaits itself the revelation of the sons of God, ie our own! Our challenge is to wake up and return to God's original plan!
of a natural ecology, permaculture is a global approach aimed at designing farming systems that respect the environment. It promotes the use of development techniques and natural crops such as composting, complementarity, hill cultivation, water saving ...