Archive for January, 2015

LifeNets Through Scharpen Foundation Helps Ukrainian Church

January 31, 2015

In Khust, Ukraine the Christians of the Sabbath Day Church opens newly renovated downtown building where church services started after the first of the year. The Scharpen Foundation helped with the renovation costs. We are sorry that we were were not able to attend. We wish our brothers and sisters in Ukraine every success in these very difficult times. See story and many more pictures at http://lifenets.org/building/jan31-2015.html

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A Favorite Post from Our Past: Jumpha Clinic in Malawi

January 30, 2015

Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: One of our super success Malawi stories. LifeNets has supported Jumpha Clinic that treats people in Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique. It is run by Cephas Chapamba and his wife Patricia. We provide medicine and helped him get his practioner’s degree.
http://lifenets.org/malawi/Jumpha/cephas1-22-2014.html

Patricia & Cephas Chapamba

Patricia & Cephas Chapamba

Jelly Shirts — Benefit the Guatemala Orphanage Project

January 27, 2015

We have Jelly shirts left if you are interested. We are asking for a $12.50 donation plus shipping cost. All proceeds go to LifeNets and will benefit the Guatemala Orphanage Project.

Kids sizes XS-M. Adult S-L. Please email jamie_schreiber@ucg.org for more info.

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Hats & Blankets Donated from Vancouver

January 24, 2015

We received another beautiful shipment of hats and blankets from Renee Robertson of Vancouver, Washington. They will be going to LifeNets and Good Works/Youth Corps projects for children. We REALLY appreciate this and thank Renee and her friends for this labor of love. See more at http://www.lifenets.org/lnmisc/renee.html

Bev Kubik and Lisa Fenchel look over shipment of 32 caps and blankets

Bev Kubik and Lisa Fenchel look over shipment of 32 caps and blankets

Brazil Youth Corps/LifeNets/Good Works Agricultural Project

January 24, 2015

Brazil Youth Corps/LifeNets/Good Works Agricultural Project during December 2014. Megan Lamoureux, one of the participants writes this interesting account at
http://lifenets.org/brazil/dec2014/meganrpt.html

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Illinois Children Sell Eggs to Help LifeNets Orphan Projects

January 18, 2015

For Ukraine, to help LifeNets sponsored orphan projects, children from one family sell eggs….heartwarming story of children concerned about children. See story at http://lifenets.org/lnmisc/talbot/chicks.html

Talbott kids and their feathered friends:  Coco & Lucky, Tori & Tarzan, Zoe & Rocky, Addison & Polish the Roo

Talbott kids and their feathered friends: Coco & Lucky, Tori & Tarzan, Zoe & Rocky, Addison & Polish the Roo

A Favorite Post of Ours from the Past: Laptops for Jed Sy and Her Brother

January 16, 2015

LifeNets has donated a laptop computer each to two prisoners serving life sentences in the Philippines. This is a heart-rending story of a brother and sister who were associated with a family trafficking in drugs.

http://lifenets.org/philippines/jedsy/computers.html

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Pictures of Homes Rebuilt by LifeNets in Leyte, Philippines

January 15, 2015

Here are two of the six homes that LifeNets/Good Works has rebuilt in Leyte, Philippines after Haiyan typhoon in November 2013. See many more pix on my Travelpod blog at
http://www.travelpod.com/…/victorku…/15/1421288250/tpod.html

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A Favorite Post from the Past: A Special Wheelchair Story

January 8, 2015

This wheelchair story has special meaning to me. It involves a person my age who I knew back in my high school days who was involved in an accident in 1992 in which a car drove over her legs. She is now in a wheelchair and lives alone. Her life was changed …
http://lifenets.org/wheelchair/djsp.html

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A Favorite Post from the Past: Rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan

January 1, 2015

Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: Typhoon Haiyan LifeNets / Good Works first completed project: Our crew rebuilding the home of the Gerald Misigal family on Leyte … thanks to all who helped. http://youtu.be/Q3-5d2cIvC8

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