How to Get the Support You Need
2. We’ll be in touch
Depending on the need, we’ll connect you to the person most able to help.
3. Let hope rise!
We know how lonely and hopeless a farmer’s life can be. You can find help here.
The Pastor’s Piece – June 20, 2021
After reading about the happenings taking place at Martintown Community Church over the last several months, several of the faithful readers of this column have taken the scenic drive to Martintown, Wisconsin to visit us on Sunday morning. Some have even come back. One person referred to us as “a spot in the road.” That’s a pretty accurate description of Martintown, Wisconsin and we’ve adopted that phrase as our own. We’re a tiny little town sitting peacefully on a hill overlooking the Pecatonica River in Green County, Wisconsin. The town was founded in 1850 by Nathaniel Martin, who just happens to be the great, great, great grandfather of my wife, Cindy. It was important to Nathaniel that the people of the Martintown community have a formal place to worship, and in 1879, at the age of 63, he and one of his sons built the original structure of the church building for a total cost of $1200. To this day, we still worship in that same building.
The Pastor’s Piece – June 13, 2021
We’re remodeling a house. By remodeling, I mean getting it ready to move into. Last week the story was about changing the pump in the well and successfully getting life-giving water to the house. The house has sat empty for a few years. Exactly how many years, no one seems to know, although I know someone knows. This week, the story continues.
The Pastor’s Piece – June 6, 2021
Moving water is fascinating. Creeks gurgle, waterfalls plummet, springs bubble, ocean tides crash. The bubbles, foam and noise draws us. The water sustains us. We need water for our physical life, but it also somehow soothes our spirit.
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You Can Give Support to Fellow Farmers
1. Who needs help?
Do you know of a fellow farmer in need? Let us know! Whether it’s disaster relief, friendship, mentorship, or prayer, you could help bring hope!
2. Come and See for Yourself
If you can bring Jesus, work gloves, and “the farm”, you can help! Every day, you’ll be able to pray, lend a hand, and be a friend!
3. Give to the Mission
We believe if you tend to a farmer, you’ll watch Hope grow. Giving to FCFI will add water to all the seeds planted.