The vision of the farm is to provide a ministry base that is revenue-generating and self-sustaining.
The farm was purchased in 2015 with 400 producing macadamia trees. We have since planted an additional 800 trees, with space for more than 3,000 trees. By partnering with us in developing the farm, we project that Emoyeni Ministries will be self-sustaining by 2025.
Streams flow from the surrounding mountains providing unlimited free gravity-fed irrigation and fresh drinking water. The farm is full of fruit and nut trees, birds and wild game including warthog, bushbuck, and kudu giving an authentic African experience.
The farm is home to the ACTS Discipleship Program and future development will see a kid's campground with obstacle course, macadamia processing barn, Conference Center with accommodation, and rental homes for long-term missionaries.
Other future farming projects include bee keeping, sheep, chickens, and greenhouses for vegetables and macadamia seedlings.
We invite you to help us develop the farm to sustainability by DONATING HERE.