My father-in-law is a skilled vegetable gardener. Each winter, he starts by planting seed in dozens of trays in his greenhouse. He waters and nourishes the seeds, and by the time spring rolls around, he's ready to move his small plants from trays in his greenhouse to rows of cultivated soil in his outdoor garden. Then, during the summer months, it's time to enjoy homegrown tomatoes, peppers, squash, and okra. In a similar way, Dr. Manfred Kohl of Overseas Council believes that we must invest in seminaries in every country. "You start one place and plant a seed," he says on today's Footsteps, "and you see fruit in figures of ten and twenty thousand." What exactly does Dr. Kohl mean? If you listen to today's program, you'll get a better understanding of this concept and why it is so important.
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