Investing in FarmOn PH

FarmOn is an agriculture based crowdfunding community based in the Philippines that aims to invite investors to provide financial support for Filipino farmers and, at the same time, reap rewards for their contributions.

I have been a FarmOner since 2017 and I have been getting profits that range from 13% to 27%, depending on the crops. You have a choice to either withdraw your money or re-invest it. I find it ideal for OFW’s who don’t own a farmland but would like to have an agribusiness.
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Money Lessons from the Story of Esau

As I was reading my Devotional Bible, I came across the story of Esau and Jacob. This isn’t the first time I’ve read about them in the Bible, but this is the first time that something in their story stood out to me. If you haven’t read your Bible for a long time, I strongly suggest that you find the time to read it again. You’ll be amazed at the life lessons you can pick up along the way, but I digress.

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Why is having the right financial foundation important?

A couple of weeks ago, I had a conversation with our landlord here in Dubai and found out that his finances are in tatters. Mired in debt with no clear solution. He even owes money to relatives, friends and some people in church. I’m not talking about 5 digits of debt; he owes the bank and other people a total of AED 365K (PHP 5.152 Million)! That’s a staggering amount especially for someone whose income is not even enough to cover the monthly payments.

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Lessons from Joseph the Dreamer

During one of our weekly Life Group meetings, one of our fellow LG member, Harvee talked about the life of Joseph the dreamer. Most of us are familiar with the story of Joseph the dreamer, right? You know, Jacob’s son with the multi-colored robe who was sold to slavery, worked for Potiphar in Egypt, sent to jail on a false charge from Potiphar’s wife, and while in jail, he interpreted the dreams of his fellow prisoners and then that of the Pharaoh’s and was then made second in command of all Egypt. It was during this time that Joseph helped to save Egypt and many other nations from the great famine that came later.

When I first read about Joseph in the Bible I didn’t really get a lot from it, but after a more thorough reading and discussion last night, I learned that there’s actually a thing or two we can learn from Joseph’s story specially in the area of planning and preparing for the worst. Lessons from 1600-1700 BC that helped save Egypt from the great famine, and can still help save lives today and in the coming years.

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