Kingdom Assignment Yields a Horse Barn

A 65–70 year-old man took the $100 but didn't know what to do with it. He almost gave it back, but then decided to help a neighbor build a horse barn. The neighbor wanted to board horses as a source of income. He promised to share a portion of the proceeds with the man in return for the loan, so the man would have something to use for outreach.

The neighbor paid the man $400 which the man used to help support a mission trip for someone to Angola to help drill wells.

The neighbor paid the man another $400 which was also used for outreach.

In the meantime, the neighbor's wife became acquainted with the man and is now taking Bible studies and attending the Whipple Creek (Oregon Conference) Church.

January 01, 2010 / Feature