March 28, 2014
Children’s Disaster Services (CDS) has deployed volunteer teams in response to the catastrophic mudslide in Washington. The teams will care for children who have lost or missing family members.
Tindog Tacloban (Stand Up Tacloban)
January 29, 2014
On their recent trip to the Philippines, Roy Winter and Peter Barlow heard stories that "bring tears." They found people who are intensely worried about their future after Typhoon Haiyan.
Hope is renewed for Hurricane Irene survivors
December 11, 2013
Two years after the flood, Bob and Donna were frustrated and angry. But that began to change shortly after BDM volunteers arrived to repair their damaged home.
Home for the holidays: Volunteers help Sandy survivor return home
November 27, 2013
After Super Storm Sandy destroyed her house, Tina W, a single mother of three, lived in her car while her children stayed with relatives. Finally, they have been reunited in their rebuilt home.
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The leadership of Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN, the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria) conducted a get-together fellowship in honor of Jim Mitchell, one of the three Church of the Brethren volunteers completing terms of service with the Nigeria Crisis Response. Mitchell had been in Nigeria for three months, where he participated in different events at various regions. Read more »
In this issue: A focus on the refugee and migrant crisis, plus news of Children’s Disaster Services response to California wildfires, Sept. 20's Mission Offering Emphasis, the 39th annual Brethren Disaster Relief Auction, personnel notes and job openings, prayer requests from Global Mission, a “March for Peace” in Haiti, church anniversaries, Brethren in the news, and more. Read more »
Having recently returned from a short trip to Nigeria, we were encouraged by the relief efforts headed by the EYN Disaster Team of Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria). The church’s large-scale program of assistance is funneling money to EYN with a five-pronged approach. We were happy that progress has been made in all five areas that we have designated. Read more »