Posts Tagged ‘Agriculture’

Bringing Relief in the Central African Republic

Post a Comment » Written on August 14th, 2014     
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We just received an update from Roy and Aleta Danforth, Covenant Missionaries in the Central African Republic, on our project providing disaster relief there.

5 Seeds for the planters 1As rebel groups and Central African Republic national government authorities unsuccessfully try to work out

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From Manure to Silk

1 Comment » Written on July 11th, 2014     
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Covenant missionaries serving in Southeast Asia introduced Covenant World Relief to Dara. She leads an organization that has been equipping and empowering villagers to participate in the production of high quality silk. Dara told us that there are twenty-five separate

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Life in Haiti

Post a Comment » Written on May 23rd, 2014     
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Our partner, Haiti Christian Development Fund (HCDF), have given us a glimpse into a community that has been devastated by abject poverty. Because of partners like you and HCDF, this community is working toward a brighter future.

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Sustainable Farming Leads to Village Transformation

Post a Comment » Written on April 23rd, 2014     
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With more people becoming worried about the environment, experts have started expounding upon the virtues of sustainable farming, saying that certain practices are better in the long term even though they might bring less profit immediately, and these practices should …

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Power of Weather

Post a Comment » Written on February 19th, 2014     
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Residents here in Chicago have decided to start calling our city “Chiberia” because of how cold the weather has been recently (around -30 with wind-chill). When the university I attend decided to cancel classes because of the cold, it reminded …

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