It is the dream of Stirling and Donna Foster that young people from all over Angola would have opportunity to work at apprenticeships and then to employ their new skills and knowledge to lead more productive lives. This would be of value not only to the local Ovangambwe tribe, but also in a broader ministry to benefit all of Angola as it continues to rebuild after its civil war.
Update on Soap Suds Project: In March 2019, Meghan Foster spearheaded a project to bring a clean, solar-powered laundry/bathing facility to Tchincombe. Thanks to generous donations from churches and individuals as well as construction work from farm residents, this facility now provides convenient laundry, private bathing, and hot water resources to the 300 Ovangabwe tribal residents here.
It is a vision of AGA to help promote Tchincombe Ranch as a commercial venture serving a two-fold purpose:
- To provide training for young people, enabling them to become productive members of society and leaders in their local church; and
-To reach the Mungambwe people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and establish among them a growing, maturing church.
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If you'd like to follow Stirling and Donna Foster in their daily journey, read their blog. If you'd like to email them directly, you can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Below is a video created by Living Truth of Canada about Stirling & Donna Foster and their ministry at Tchincombe Ranch.