Combating Food Insecurity Through Small-scale Farming

How can food and farming be used to advance the gospel today? More than 1 in 4 people (2.3 billion) in the world were moderately or severely food insecure in 2021. Learning from God, the first farmer, we can combat food insecurity through sustainable small-scale farming and make a kingdom impact. Hear stories and principles of how God’s working through missional agricultural initiatives.

: December 29, 4:45 pm
: ICC 127-128
Borah Lim

Borah Lim is passionate about small-scale farming, youth education, and working with communities to address the world’s food insecurity issues. After completing the Master Gardener program in LA county, Borah founded the Hillside Giving Garden ministry at her Korean-American church in Los Angeles. She has also taught gardening and cooking classes to children in inner-city LA with the nonprofit, Garden School Foundation. She holds an MS in International Agriculture Development from University of California, Davis, and a BA in Biology from Williams College. She's currently interning with ECHO in Florida in preparation for an international ministry career that integrates food, faith, and farming.

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