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The Value of a Chicken

Post a Comment » Written on February 10th, 2014     
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My family used to have chickens, well really only roosters who’s total function was to crow at ridiculous hours of the morning. There were no hens and there were no eggs, so eventually we just gave them away to our

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Spiritual Formation Because of Chickens

Post a Comment » Written on June 14th, 2013     
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Chicken GraphicIn Cameroon, Covenant missionary Sharon Davis has coordinated chicken brooding farms in three communities. Small prayer groups work together to raise and fatten chicks that are given to them by these brooding farms. Each group is trained in poultry farming,

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How a CWR Project Shares the Gospel

Post a Comment » Written on May 27th, 2013     
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Covenant missionary Sharon Davis is heading up our chicken project in Cameroon. Her reflections below are a great indication of the great and unique ways the CWR projects spread the gospel:

As a Covenant missionary, I applied to Covenant World

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When Things Don’t Happen the Way They Should

Post a Comment » Written on January 30th, 2013     
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Families in Cameroon are often split up because of job situations. For example, government workers are often forced to work away from their families, and farmers often have to travel to different regions that better support crops. For this reason,

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Best Photos of 2012

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