38 Hats Today!

February 21, 2017

We received 38 hand-made hats from Renee Robertson and Ruth Chuprinko in Vancouver, WA today.  They will be going to Malawi, Zambia and South Africa plus other places.  We thank these wonderful ladies for their love and care for little children by making hats for us at different times.



Shown are UCG home office employees Chelsea Dawe and Linda Merrick

River’s Story—Can You Help?

February 16, 2017

Running This Again


River Komp is a 20-month-old boy in the Salem, Oregon UCG congregation. He is the son of Andy and Bekah Komp. Todd and Janie McNemee, Bekah’s parents, are also members of the Salem congregation.
LifeNets endorses this request. The parents and grandparents have already done a great deal, but still need help.


Adding New Scholarship in New Country: Togo

February 15, 2017


Elom Fiaboe

Elom is a 2nd year student of pharmacology, in the University of Euromed, in Dakar, Senegal. She writes:

It was with a great joy and surprise that I have received your decision to help with my college housing fees for this year. I am in my second year of Pharmacy education at the University of Dakar (Euromed). My dad did not hide from me his financial difficulties given that he had to retire. I know that nothing will be like before. That’s why your help is for me like a help from heaven. I will endeavor to use it as a faithful steward.
Once again, thank you so much,
Elom Fiaboe.


Kenya Woman Thanks LifeNets for Sewing Machine

February 15, 2017

Livelihood Project in Kenya – LifeNets International


Janet Anyango

“Hello once again,  Am glad to say hi this afternoon. I know it has been a busy week on your side but hope everything is OK. I would like to say a big thank you to LifeNets for considering my case and buying me a new sewing machine…”

Overview of LifeNets Projects

February 13, 2017

Narrated by Beverly Kubik, LifeNets president, we give an overview of the projects we’re involved with. Originally produced for Rotary Fundraiser.


Young Adults on 3 Continents Raise Nearly $8,000 for LifeNets

February 12, 2017

lippincottKeith Lippincott, organizer, of the Youth Card Project, talks to us about how this project began in Australia in 2011 when a group of young people decided to raise money to support projects in developing countries.

Zambia Scholarship Graduate Nancy Mwanza

February 10, 2017

mwanzaNancy Mwanza was a LifeNets student at the University of Zambia under the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.  She majored in social work where she graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work degree with credit on Jan. 25, 2017.


LifeNets’ New Mobile-friendly Website!

February 9, 2017

Our new LifeNets Website http://lifenets.org is up and running! Mobile friendly. Special thanks to Corbin Rose for helping set this up. Biggest improvement in site in 18 years! Mobile friendly!

LifeNets Helps Malawi Woman Use Her Sewing Skills

February 6, 2017

Livelihood Development project for Zione in Blantyre, Malawi in late 2016. Provides for her family with her sewing skills. (posted January 8, 2017)





River Komp Needs Our Help

February 6, 2017

River Komp, 19 months old (December 2016), has had many cleft pallette surgeries.  He is still in need of help.  Please read his story and consider helping through our Website (posted Feb. 5, 2017)