Teaching men to preach, farm,
& be self-sufficient in ministry.
The world needs men who can preach the Word without having to worry about support.
Our desire is to help develop skills in our brethren so that they may provide for themselves, their families, and congregations. In many instances, these brethren are able to produce enough food and income to also benefit those in the community as well.
So often individual preachers and congregations are supported by brethren from the United States. Many well meaning congregations and Christians help to create a system that promotes pastoral leadership and is not self-sustaining.
At The Manna Project our funding goes to provide the facilities and training, not the students or local ministers. These men learn to rely upon the Lord, themselves, and not American supporters or benefactors. These men can continue to preach regardless of the state of the Church in America. We give these brethren the knowledge to preach and the skills to work!
The Manna Project is World Wide
Our Areas of Operation
Jhapa Resource Center,
Offering short courses and hands on training year round to assist brethren in Nepal and surrounding nations.
Talawanda School of Preaching, Tanzania
A traditional preaching school located on the coastal plains of Tanzania helping reach many towns and villages.
Rwenzori School of Preaching, Uganda
A traditional preaching school and farm located in the mountains to equip brethren in Uganda and the D.R. Congo.