Newsline for Aug. 2, 2018

NYC 2018
1) National Youth Conference coverage is online
2) NYC by the numbers

3) CDS helps care for immigrant children and families on the border
4) Prince of Peace hears first-hand experience of Manzanar
5) ‘Our Boys and Girls’ antique quilt blocks displayed at Annual Conference

6) Mark Flory Steury retires as donor relations representative for the denomination
7) Karen Duhai is new director of Student Development at Bethany Seminary

8) Next Nigeria workcamp is scheduled for November

9) Brethren bits […]

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Brethren bits for Aug. 2, 2018

In this issue: Personnel notes, BVS Unit 319, theme for Peace Day 2018, church anniversaries, Manchester University coaches accompany workcamp to New York, new CWS CROP Hunger Walk worship resources, and more new by, for, and about Brethren. […]

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NYC by the numbers

In the end, National Youth Conference 2018 is defined by the numbers–how many individuals were involved, and how many others will be helped by this conference. But of course, much of the NYC impact can’t be measured by numbers. The impact of messages from the speakers, new thoughts expressed during small groups, countless hours spent […]

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EYN national youth group leader observes National Youth Conference

Elisha Shavah attended National Youth Conference in Fort Collins, Colo., as an international guest and an observer from Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN, the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria). Back home he is an accountant by profession at a private company specializing in irrigation and hydropower. He also is national chairman of Kungiyan Bishara EYN, which translates to the “Gospel Team” of the church in Nigeria, part of the work of EYN’s national youth ministry.

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