Archive for September, 2016

80 Hats for Malawi

September 30, 2016

LifeNets and Good Works received 80 hats from two divergent sources in one day on Sept 27, 2016. They will be hand-carried to Malawi for the Fall Festival by two travelers. Linda Merrick, home office employee displays hats. Read the story.


Quarterly LifeNets Board Meeting

September 19, 2016

Quarterly LifeNets Board meeting Sept 18 in Indianapolis, IN. Counter-clockwise from left Sue Peine, DonTurgeon, Catherine Peine McClure, Michael Snyder, Jamie Snyder, Beverly Skogen Kubik.


New LifeNets eNews Sent Out!

September 15, 2016

This is the latest LifeNets eNews sent out (Sept. 12 edition) about refugees in Ukraine, food security in Malawi, mosquito nets in Brazil and more …–Food-security-in-Malawi–Mosquito-nets-in-Brazil-and-more—.html?soid=1102220563297&aid=uPQmCbmSxtc

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LifeNets First Disaster Relief Was on 9-11

September 15, 2016

The Nine Eleven attack in New York and Washington DC occurred 15 years ago. This was the first disaster relief that LifeNets took part in and we sent aid directly to ground zero from Indianapolis. Red Cross donated fire fighting equipment used in the cleanup. You can revisit this story on our LifeNets website at


LifeNets Distributes Maize for Malawi

September 15, 2016

LifeNets Malawi distribution of maize for stressed area which has had three years of drought. Yield this harvest will be less than last year. This is only one of the distribution centers. We thank the Cincinnati East congregation for sponsoring this project! Read more about this project as well as see more photos.


Zambian Youth Camp on LifeNets Property

September 6, 2016

United Church of God Zambia holds Youth Camp in August on our property that was purchased in large part by LifeNets in 2008. It was a wonderful experience enjoyed by all. We thank all for their prayers for making this all a great success. Read pastor and camp director Major Nawa Talama’s report: