19 years ago, Ray and Laura Pittman felt the call of the Lord to go to Fiji. Fiji, although a beautiful vacation spot, is also the home of many local communities that suffer from broken homes, poverty, and unreached people. The Pittmans have a heart for the poor and lost, and a heart to equip young people to go out into the world and empower others. Among the many mission projects started by the Pittmans, one of the projects with the help of KMF has begun a redemptive business to provide nutrients and health to others. The greenhouse, located on their Oasis farm, is a place where with the help of Capernwray Bible School from New Zealand and The Anchor Church youth group, the Pittmans have begun growing seedlings for a "miracle tree" called Moringa. Moringa grows well in Fiji and is known to be a cure for many illnesses such as diabetes, thyroid disorders, heart disease, anemia, and many other chronic illnesses. The goal of growing these plants is to provide healthy food for the people in Fiji, while also giving the seeds for other ministries and communities to grow so they can provide their own income. So far, the Pittmans have been able to grow a batch of seedlings and has given them to a single mothers home in Fiji. This project was created to sustain long term missions while giving Fijian people the chance to get the nutrients they need from the Moringa plant.