Anthony Czaja and wife Makiko homeschool their three children on a family ministry farm in Mena, Arkansas where they raise figs, muscadine grapes, strawberries, blueberries, and other fruits and vegetables. Their life at home in the country serves as a means of self-support and means of ministry. Working closely with their family is a small ministry team that they call Living Fountains. That team learns together on the Czaja’s farm and labors in the Lord’s vineyard. The team focuses on canvassing, using agriculture to feed and heal, and medical missionary work to help the Czaja’s in meeting the needs of those they come in contact with. Together they host guests who want to learn to cooperate with God in the healing of various ailments. They learn principles of true education, agriculture, and mission work. Anthony is an Elder in the Seventh-day Adventist church and is currently a volunteering lay pastor at the Waldron SDA church in Arkansas. Makiko is contracted with the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to write short nature lessons for children.