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Three Current Blogs from Workers in Malawi!

Currently, in Malawi, we have two married couples who are serving for an extended period of time. At the end of December 2016, Lewis and Lena VanAusdle moved to Lilongwe, Malawi.  He is the pastor the church in Lilongwe Then, in February, newly-married Brennan and Michala Hilgen also arrived in Malawi and are doing an […]

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38 Hats Today!

We received 38 hand-made hats from Renee Robertson and Ruth Chuprinko in Vancouver, WA today.  They will be going to Malawi, Zambia and South Africa plus other places.  We thank these wonderful ladies for their love and care for little children by making hats for us a different times.  Shown are UCG home office employees […]

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River Komp

River’s Story Can you help? River Komp is a 20 month old boy in the Salem, Oregon UCG congregation. He is the son of Andy and Bekah Komp. Todd and Janie McNemee, Bekah’s parents, are also members of the Salem congregation. LifeNets endorses this request. The parents and grandparents have already done a great deal, […]

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New Scholarship in Togo

Elom is a 2nd year student of pharmacology, in the University of Euromed, in Dakar, Senegal. She writes: It was with a great joy and surprise that I have received your decision to help with my college housing fees for this year. I am in my second year of Pharmacy education at the University of Dakar […]

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Livelihood Project in Kenya

Here is a message of appreciation from Janet Anyango for the loan provided her to obtain a Singer embroidery machine.  One photo shows her with her daughter Rene, named after Dan Apartian’s late wife.  This loan will allow her to have a larger apartment and school fees for her children.  They are doing very well. […]

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2016 Youth Card Project Report

Keith Lippincott, organizer, of the Youth Card Project talks to us about how this project began in Australia in 2011 when a group of young people decided to raise money to support projects in developing countries. Over the course of six years the project has expanded, and in 2016 greeting cards designed by United Church […]

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