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Another Scholarship Success

I’d like to share a note from one of our scholarships students who lives in Solwezi, Zambia.  His name is Rodrick Epomba and he is a leader in the United Church of God congregation there.  He is studying to be a teacher and send this note addressed to his pastor Derrick Pringle: Good morning Mr […]

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Newest LifeNets Scholarship in Benin

LifeNets is pleased to sponsor a new student in its scholarship program. For the past year and a half, Jean-Paul Ogounie has been teaching high school physics and chemistry classes, but having completed only his undergraduate studies, he is only able to teach with yearly contracts at an hourly rate and with no benefits. Read […]

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Latin American Scholarships November 2017 Thanks!

Today we received several letters of thanks from our Latin American students for their LifeNets scholastic scholarships. We’d like to share them with you.  Andrea Hoyos Hello LifeNets, “I am very grateful to LifeNets for giving me the opportunity to be part of the network of young Christians and university students who benefit from this […]

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Emma Belino Rendon

Another LifeNets Scholarship Program success story.  From Roy Gilos, Visayas associate pastor of student Emma:  Congratulations to our beloved Emma Belino Rendon graduating today in BS Education Major in Pre-School.  We love you! Enjoy your new journey in life. Thank you to the LifeNets scholarship program in the Philippines and to Victor and Beverly Kubik, Earl L. Roemer, David […]

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Wheelchair for stroke victim

This is a success story about a typical wheelchair story from a kind donor to a grateful recipient. The story of the chair’s donation is on this site at http://lifenets.org/nice-wheelchairs-come-lifenets/ The chair was stored for about two months at the United Church of God home office.  On August 24th, the family of the recipient came […]

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“Romashka” camp in Transcarpathia

In the summers of 2000 and 2001 LifeNets sponsored a community camp called “Romashka” (meaning Chamomile) in Shayan just outside Khust, Ukraine. Some of the funding came from George August in Long Beach, California.This town was right near the Romanian border and was famous for its springs of water; it has a reputation as one […]

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