And we know that God works all things together for the good of those who love Him, who are called according to His purpose.

romans 8:28

In his early 20's, Jeremy Colvin moved to Northern Zambia, to a plot of land that would later become Choshen Farm. There in the rural village of Fimpulu, Jeremy met his wife, Bethany, a Peace Corps volunteer from Ithaca, New York. 

Together, the Colvins have spent the past several years pursuing the mission of Choshen Farm: to impact rural Zambia for Christ through relational encouragement, community development, and the building of the local church. Here's how the story goes:


Jeremy pitches his tent in the bush.

October 2006

Bethany arrives in Fimpulu.

April 2007

Fimpulu Christian Preschool opens its doors.

December 2008

Jeremy and Bethany marry.

July 2009

Choshen launches its Home Based Care initiative.

September 2009

The farm expands from crops to chickens and cattle.

October 2009

The Ministry House is completed.

November 2010

Choshen launches its theological training initiative.

August 2011

The Colvins welcome their daughter, Bronwyn.

March 2012

Jeremy joins the Mansa Pastor's Fellowship.

May 2014

The Colvins welcome their daughter, Leonie.

May 2015

Bethany is voted into village leadership.

January 2016