Archive for February, 2015

Tom Peine, Chairman of LifeNets for Nearly 14 Years

February 28, 2015

Tom Peine, one of the finest servants on this earth, died today, February 28, 2015 at 2:53 pm in Indianapolis, IN. He was a Christian, Husband, Father, Elder. He was chairman of LifeNets for nearly 14 years, We worked together on so many things and he is very responsible for the success of so many initiatives dealing with helping people physically and spiritually. A great friend. We love you and miss you!

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A Favorite Post of Ours from the Past: Amanda Boyer Talks about Legacy Experience

February 27, 2015

Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: Amanda Boyer returns from Legacy Institute mission trip and talks about her visit. See Legacy Leader Class of 2013-2014 report of activities


LifeNets Helping Ukrainian Refugees

February 22, 2015 LifeNets is actively helping with refugees (now more than a million) in eastern Ukraine who are caught in the war inflicted by Russia against Ukraine. We are helping with elderly and children in different places with trusted people we have worked with for more than two decades. Please see how you and your friends can help. All help is reliably delivered and we will be continually reporting.


A Favorite Post from the Past: LifeNets Relief Efforts After Haiyan

February 19, 2015

Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: Most updated summary of relief work done by LifeNets and the United Church of God.

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Pilirani Chonde from Malawi Receives LifeNets Scholarship

February 7, 2015

Featured Latest LifeNets Scholarship recipient Pilirani Chonde in Lilongwe, Malawi who will be studying law and business. More at The LifeNets Scholarship Program is the most effective activity in LifeNets and transforms the lives of our young people. Pilirani is on the right and her mother Mwaya on the left.


Some Ukrainian Displaced War Victims Helped By LifeNets

February 6, 2015

Some of the Ukrainian displaced war victims in the Donetsk, area who have been helped by LifeNets. Read report about latest events at
This woman with four children fled from war-torn Donetsk and now lives in an apartment in Krasnoarmeysk. As a result of fighting, their house was destroyed. They convey gratitude to everyone who helped them. We thank all of you who support LifeNets in our humanitarian work in various places in Ukraine.


Personal Report from Chernobyl Rehabilitation Center

February 5, 2015 From Ukraine — Dr. Vasyl Pasichnyk and his wife Natalya write to us about how their rehabilitation center for children located near Chernobyl has been helping Ukrainian war victims…including children. He wrote a moving email to me about conditions right now and what is being done. We grieve for this inhumane state of affairs! LifeNets has been helping this center for almost 19 years and we have developed deep friendships with these people who have gone from the Chernobyl disaster to now the war.

Wife Natalia and Dr. Vasyl Pasichnyk

LifeNets Grateful for Support of United Church of God, Australia

February 1, 2015

The United Church of God, Australia endorses the work of LifeNets, a non-profit humanitarian relief organization aimed to serve needy peoples around the world.

LifeNets staff expresses its gratitude for this support of humanitarian projects through fundraisers and donations.

You can follow our LifeNets RSS feed on the home page of United Church of God, Australia at

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