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In addition to many places worldwide where Brethren are active with volunteer work or emergency assistance, the Church of the Brethren carries out mission projects in a number of countries. Some of these projects are the fruits of long relationships that span generations. Others are newer efforts in places where we have sensed God leading us today. In all cases, we work in mutual relationship with individuals and organizations in the local setting—seeking both to give and to learn.

Other parts of this website have information on Brethren Disaster Ministries, Brethren Volunteer Service, Children's Disaster Services, workcamps, the Global Food Crisis Fund, the Global Women's Project, and peacemaking.

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Newsline for Aug. 26, 2015
(August 26, 2015)
1) Called to help rebuild, we became part of a new family 2) Brethren Disaster Ministries notes accomplishments of Hurricane Katrina response 3) Children’s Disaster Services changed the lives of children and families after Katrina 4) On the road to Damascus: When the scales fall from our eyes 5) Christian leaders urge Congress to vote for diplomatic agreement with Iran 6) Prayer is requested for those affected by wildfires in western states 7) Brethren volunteers in Nigeria renew wedding vows after 48 years of marriage 8) Brethren Disaster Ministries restructures, makes personnel changes 9) Brethren Volunteer Service unit begins work at project sites 10) Congregations invited to plan special prayers, events for Peace Day 11) Covenant Bible Studies shed light on 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Peter, Jude 12) Brethren bits
Children’s Disaster Services changed the lives of children and families after Katrina
(August 26, 2015)
Hurricane Katrina changed the lives of children and families. They were profoundly affected throughout the evacuation process, as they moved into new states and communities or returned to rebuild, and as their families created a way forward over the past 10 years.
Brethren Disaster Ministries notes accomplishments of Hurricane Katrina response
(August 26, 2015)
The largest and longest domestic response in Brethren Disaster Ministries history ended when the work at its sixth and final Hurricane Katrina recovery project, in St. Bernard Parish, La., was completed in June 2011. During the nearly 6-year response, Brethren Disaster Ministries volunteers repaired or rebuilt homes for 531 families in 6 communities along the Gulf Coast, giving an estimated value of $6,776,416.80 in labor (2010 dollar value). Project consultants John and Mary Mueller oversaw this project for more than four years.
Called to help rebuild, we became part of a new family
(August 26, 2015)
When we watched the news in 2005 that Hurricane Katrina had hit the Gulf Coast, we were pretty sure that Brethren Disaster Ministries would be available to help with the rebuilding. We had no idea that it would mean a major change for us, that it would bring us into an experience that we now consider to be one of the highlights of our lives.
Brethren volunteers in Nigeria renew wedding vows after 48 years of marriage
(August 26, 2015)
Tom and Janet Crago, Church of the Brethren volunteers in Nigeria, celebrate their 48th year of marriage at the Annex Office of Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN, the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria), located in north central Nigeria where they assist the Brethren who relocated from the church’s headquarters at Kwarhi in Adamawa State. The event took place during the morning devotion of the EYN headquarters staff.
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