United Methodist missionary Mozart M.K. Adevu will be traveling to 10 churches around the Rocky Mountain Conference beginning Nov. 1 to highlight the Sustainable Agriculture and Development Program for the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR). Adevu is currently serving as the Africa regional coordinator and is based in Accra, Ghana, in West Africa.
The primary goal of UMCOR's Sustainable Agriculture and Development Program is on training and sharing knowledge. The program emphasizes economic and environmental viability and sustainability. According to Adevu's missionary profile, the "UMCOR-Sustainable Agriculture and Development Program is the first to introduce modern beekeeping into Liberia, Sierra Leone, and the Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). "
Adevu will arrive in Denver tomorrow Oct. 30, and will start his conference circuit at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Boulder. For a full profile on missionary Mozart M.K. Adevu, click here. For more information on UMCOR's Sustainable Agriculture and Development Program, click here. Read two of Adevu's newsletters about the work he is doing for UMCOR.
Below is Adevu's program schedule: