Elmer Stobbe may be long retired from his career as a professor of crop science at University of Manitoba – but he’s not letting any grass grow under his octogenarian feet. Mentorship has been a theme of his life, from the mentors he learns from, to the many students and farmers with whom he pioneered zero till on the Prairies, to farmer/entrepreneurs/community developers/church planters he is now supporting in Lesotho.
In this podcast, Elmer shares about his relationship with Khotso Mokitimi, an evangelist for ABCD and the gospel, who is seeing lives transformed among small farmers in Lesotho.
Thabang’s story – today
Thabang’s story of IVEP
A bit more on IVEP
On MB Mission’s name change, precipitating one for our podcast
On our new podcast partner, Square One World Media, who provides our recording engineer and sound mixing
On South Abbotsford Church
On ABCD (See “The cost of Charity” by Jamie Munday, page 10)