Why is Project Eden Needed?
Project Eden is needed to eradicate poverty and meet the needs of the people right where they are, regardless of
where they may live. It is needed to not only feed people, but to also build a sustainable infrastructure and
then teach people how to build a healthy and economically vibrant community.
How Does Project Eden Address the Problem?
Project Eden addresses the problem with an approach that focuses on Business Development, Community Development,
Spiritual Training and Ministry. Supporting this approach are several strategic components that, when coupled
together create a poverty eradication model that is portable and can be implemented wherever Project Eden is called
Who is involved with Project Eden?
Project Eden is a unique, biblically based economic development initiative that is the vision of Dr. William Winston,
pastor of the Living Word Christian Center (LWCC), an 18,000-member church located in Forest Park, Illinois.
The team includes Pastor Bill Winston, Deloris Thomas, Support Staff of Wilonda A. Cannon, Mark S. Muse and
Dana V. Morales, and a number of Volunteers in Leadership and Support capacities.
How Is Project Eden Funded?
Project Eden will be funded primarily by private donors. We are also targeting churches, foundation grants, and
local government contribution.