Presently, the crops are delivered to the widows and needy by car, donkey cart and by hand. The need for a pick-up is necessary. We are in the process of collecting funds to buy a used pick-up in order to enhance and improve distribution. One reason for the farm, was the food price has gone up. Our Bags of Hope usually where $25 a month, now would cost $50. The farm is keeping the cost down. So, even though this terrible pandemic has a strangle hold on Egypt, much like the rest of the world, God’s Widow’s Farm (locally acknowledged as Jesus’ gift to the widows) is producing far above anyone’s expectations, as a testimony to the Muslim world that our Lord supplies in the very midst of catastrophe and honors those who honor Him and proclaims Him openly.
We do not know what the future holds. Even things that in the past have seemed absolute, constant, and stable, are now unreliable, unpredictable, undependable. Though Cubit has been actively ministering to the persecuted believers, supporting widows and orphans, and providing help and services to the needy since 1985, we have no guarantee that what has been Cubit’s typical ministry process for more than 30 years will continue unaffected. Nonetheless, believers are still being persecuted, widows and orphans are still homeless and starving, and polluted water still takes the live of thousands yearly. As such, the need for Cubit’s specialized ministry emphasis is still needed. That being the case, we stand stronger than ever before, in our commitment to the persecuted, the widows, orphans, and needy.
In Christ, Dr Ron
Please Pray 5 minutes a day for the persecuted believers, Muslim by birth, Christian by choice!