Newsline for July 23, 2016

1) Mission and Ministry Board addresses budget concerns, sets stage for new financial campaign
2) Brethren sign on to letter urging steps to mend divisions between communities, law enforcement
3) Mission and service executive joins in meetings at White House, State Department
4) Situation in South Sudan deteriorates, Brethren donate vehicle to relief effort
5) CDS deployments to California, W. Virginia, mark record number so far this year
6) Haiti Medical Project expands to include maternal care, water projects, dispensaries
7) EYN embarks on nationwide ‘Sympathy, Reconciliation, and Encouragement Tour’

8) Craig Smith to retire from leadership of Atlantic Northeast District
9) Amy Beery named admissions counselor for Bethany Seminary

10) Brethren bits […]

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Haiti Medical Project Expands to Include Maternal Care, Water Projects, Dispensaries

The Haiti Medical Project began as a partnership of American and Haitian Brethren responding to health needs in the wake of a devastating earthquake in 2010. In the time since, the project has grown tremendously with the help of grants from the Global Food Initiative (formerly the Global Food Crisis Fund) and the Royer Family Foundation, and the drive of passionate individuals from both the Church of the Brethren and L’Eglise des Freres Haitiens (Church of the Brethren in Haiti).

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Un punto de referencia y de refugio

Los Líderes de la Iglesia de los Hermanos, ante las olas de tiroteos, y violencias que ha sacudido nuestra Nación, pronunciaron las siguientes declaraciones’ firmada por Carol A. Scheppard, quien es la Moderadora de la Conferencia anual, Samuel Sarpiya, Moderador electo de la conferencia anual, y Dale E. Minnich, Secretario general interino de la Iglesia de los Hermanos […]

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