Category - Food

Have you ever felt like your prayer life was dry and stale? Is prayer one of those things, like exercise, where you know you SHOULD and it would be GOOD for you, but you just can’t find the motivation? Do you ever feel guilty because your prayer life is nothing but a “Honey-Do List” for …

1 Let me ask you a question: “What does real leadership look like?” I was at a leadership conference in Orlando last weekend, and I actually SAW it play-out – in real time! During a session on vision, goals and purpose, the speaker began to describe the violence erupting in Nicaragua, and the brave people …

As we begin a new month, King’s Ransom Foundation will kick-off May with a fresh new project, designed to lift the families of Nicaragua out of their poverty cycle… permanently! Working with Food for the Poor and the American Nicaraguan Foundation, we have fixed our sights on establishing bio-intensive orchards for over 100 families, living …

I don’t know if you saw this picture when we posted it on social media a few weeks ago, but I want to bring to your attention the very powerful message hidden inside. It’s a family that has been living in a garbage dump in Nicaragua. Second only to Haiti, Nicaragua is one of the poorest nation …

Building a Sustainable Community in Kadwa, Haiti Food is difficult to come by, and clean water is not available without walking many miles. Their housing is sub-standard and unfit for human habitation. Many of the people in the village farm, but due to their remote location, most of what they raise they keep for themselves, …

King’s Ransom has helped the people of Haiti since 2010 when they were hit with a horrific earthquake, and we are not stopping now!   Kadwa is a small village of about 2,000 people located in the lush region of central Haiti. Isolated by distance, mountainous terrain, and lack of vehicles, the people of this …