Sowing Seeds
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Schools

The Schools We Visit & Work Alongside

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Sowing Seeds Ministries
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we would like to thank everyone who has donated to us in the past and thank everyone in advance for future donations.

Schools We Work Alongside


Easingwold - Our ministry has been travelling to Easingwold for the past 3 years to visit young people that are on the verge of exclusion with the purpose of mentoring young people and to show them that a different path can be taken. We ask that you join us in prayer so that Gram can continue his work at this school where he is currently mentoring 4 people on a weekly basis, and prayer that he can break through to more young people in situations that Gram himself was once in. 


 

Conyers - Throughout our ministries 10 year work with Conyers he has helped guide the lives of hundreds of year 7 pupil's, he visits on a yearly basis to answer questions about his own mistakes and past, and how he has faced up to adversities in his life through the teachings of Christianity and a morally positive temperament.


 

Yarm Private - Much like our ministries work in Conyers, he travels there on an annual basis to share his own mistakes while also addressing the dangers of society in order to help these young people from going down the wrong paths in life. 


 

Ian Ramsey - Gram was invited to Ian Ramsey to deliver a one-off talk event for all of the year groups at the school. He discussed with the students the importance of leading a moral life and how this can positively impact society. 


 

Windlestone - Gram is very please to be helping the children in Chilton where he regularly mentors children who have been taken out of mainstream school, this work is especially important as these young people need extra guidance.

 

We believe that the work we carry out in schools can positively change and impact our local community, by helping reflect upon the mistakes Gram has made in his own life, and by sharing the moral teachings found within Christianity.  

Please prayer with us that the ministry and Gram can continue to work alongside schools and with students to help guide them towards morality and guide them towards making a positive impact on society, Amen.