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Our mascot Gumby. A reminder to always be flexible and keep smiling.

Our mascot Gumby. A reminder to always be flexible and keep smiling.

There are exciting and big transitions ahead for The Smith family. An evolving plan to begin anew our regenerative farming work, has become a reality. In motion is a diverse farm, market and restaurant that has multiplication at its core. Stay tuned, this is sure to be fast and big.

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Holding onto the coat tails of our kids and our Jesus

Holding onto the coat tails of our kids and our Jesus

Layla is transitioning to a new school in Harare. Hellenic Academy is a Greek Orthodox school and has many opportunities to offer a talented hard working girl. She is looking forward to playing in band again (trombone) and joining the debate team. Just what we need a 14 year old daughter with fine tuned arguments. Pray for us. Layla is mature way beyond her years and loves to travel. At home she has become quite a talented baker and keeps us stocked with sweet things from the oven. We are so proud of her.


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Wan't to know what would make a family sell everything they own and go to Africa? Read on

Wan't to know what would make a family sell everything they own and go to Africa? Read on

Seamus will be attending Hellenic for Form 1 (the start of High School) in January, and for now he it itching to get back on the rugby pitch. He has grown in both form and stature since we were together last and is now the tallest in our family. 6 foot tall at 13 years old. The thing you should know about Seamus is just how much joy he brings to our family. Oblivious of most stress and almost always fooling around and cracking us up. What a blessing he is to our family

The queen of the African Smith Tribe

The queen of the African Smith Tribe

Leadership development is to find the faithful who will be able. Not the able that might be faithful .
— Designed to Lead - Eric Geiger and Kevin Peck