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We planted and watered but without God’s grace and favour, our labour are of nothing.

Agriculture contributes to 54 percent of Ghana’s GDP,and accounts for over 40 percent of export earnings while at the same time providing over 90 percent of the food needs of the country. Ghana’s agriculture is predominantly smallhold, traditional and rain_fed.


Since the country generate higher income in the agriculture sector, other organizations like Agriculture Development Bank ,NGOs and the church of pentecost in their own way support the farming community financially and with farming equipment to improve in their farming activities and skills.

The church of pentecost as part of its core mandate preparing its members as good soldiers and stewards of Christ also encourages members to venture into agriculture and also support them in so many ways. That is why in 2021 the Israeli Embassy in Ghana, in collaboration with the Church of Pentecost poised to change the face of the irrigation farming in Ghana with introduction of new technology call N_Drip.

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The church is presued in seeing its members growing from strength to strength being physical, spiritual and phycological.

Therefore, Pastor Gordon Boadi, the Sabon District pastor visited one of the Elders (Elder Solomon Lasigbor) farm to pray for him. Pastor Gordon Boadi was overwhelmed when Elder Solomon Lasigbor told him that he planted over 11,000 yams on the yam farm which is equivalent to about 8 acres of land and has cassava farm differently likewise. According to pastor Gordon Boadi, for we are fellow workmen joint promoters, laborers together with God. So is good for every Christian to seek for God’s intervention anytime they are to plant their farm produce or to cultivate their farm crop.

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A lot of people especially worldly people pass through many ways to seek for powers for their crops to yield fruitfully but to no avail but when Christ holds the mantle, everything becomes fruitful.

He explains that, we planted, Apollo watered, but God almighty gave the growth. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is nothing, but only Christ or God who gives growth.

He finally said the Bible encourageses agriculture so all Christians who want to venture into agriculture can do so but seek favour and grace from God because without him our farm produce might not grow properly.

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