Posts Tagged ‘Central African Republic’

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



Best Preparation for a Disaster

Post a Comment » Written on July 9th, 2014     
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Fulani_CAR_refugeeOftentimes after a disaster, we hear there should be a progression from immediate relief to recovery to long-term community development. What about before a disaster happens? What is the best way for churches and Christian organizations to prepare for a …


Pray for Peace

Post a Comment » Written on January 15th, 2014     
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If you follow our social media (facebook, twitter) or are watching the news, you have likely heard of the unrest and violence in the Central African Republic and South Sudan. Here are some links to stay updated:…


Sustainability in Spite of Instability in the Central African Republic

Post a Comment » Written on October 2nd, 2013     
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During the last several months, a band of rebel groups came together under the name Seleka (a word meaning “agreement”), and overthrew the government of General Bozizé in the Central African Republic. In late June, Evangelical Covenant Church missionaries Roy …


Mothers Around the World

Post a Comment » Written on May 11th, 2013     
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This Mother’s Day, we give thanks to God for strong and beautiful women around the world.