This helped me understand that LRM is not limited to finances, but includes; human resources, infrastructure, in-kind donations, in-kind intellectual services, business and government resources. It helped me understand the importance of LRM in Holistic Child development and I learnt that the Church develops greater ownership, which leads to long term ministry sustainability. It helped me understand three foundational Bible studies that are relevant to LRM, from which I learnt that God can use something simple and seemingly insignificant, turning it into a provision that is significant and sufficient for us, like He did with the widow’s oil. I learnt that asking for help and sharing is God’s way of supplying resources, God works with what we have in our hands, we must not overlook the fact that children themselves are a resource, we too have a part to play, and we may not think much of ourselves but God has a totally different perspective of our lives.