Archive for 'Personal Care Kits'
Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by Lutheran World Relief.
Did you miss LWR’s free webinar about Baskets of Promise on Tuesday? Don’t fret! We have recorded the webinar, so you can watch it any time, at your convenience. Watch the webinar now» What are Baskets of Promise? In short, Baskets of Promise are a great way for your congregation to get involved in a […]
Posted on 22. Sep, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
“We thank the Lord Almighty and our Christian brothers and sisters who donated these items for which we have been in need of. We pray that God will continue to bless them in all their undertakings.” – Amed Kaimapoh, Sierra Leone Lutheran World Relief is short on Personal Care Kits this year. Will you help? […]
Posted on 06. Sep, 2012 by Chandler Carriker.
“So long as we eat our bread together we shall have sufficient even with the least. Not until one person desires to keep his own bread for himself does hunger ensue.” -Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together As a ministry of Lutherans in the U.S., Lutheran World Relief recognizes worship as one central place where our work […]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2012 by Trevor Knoblich.
Key Developments Schools in Typhoon Washi-affected areas are beginning to resume, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. The shelter situation for many affected internally displaced persons (IDPs) has improved, though 4,209 families (18,405 persons) are still living in 47 IDP sites, with 11,000 people still in tents or makeshift shelters […]
Posted on 05. Apr, 2012 by Melanie Gibbons.
Several years ago, I went to visit my grandmother in rural Virginia. The timing of the trip happened to coincide with the annual Love Feast held at her Church of the Brethren congregation. A Love Feast is a celebration and remembrance of Jesus washing the disciples feet and the Lord’s Supper. She was so excited […]
Posted on 03. Apr, 2012 by Trevor Knoblich.
Key Developments Food security remains a serious concern for Southern Ethiopia, Eastern Kenya and many parts of Somalia. Many parts of East Africa experienced normal levels “short rains” between October to December. However, Eastern Kenya, Southern Ethiopia, and many parts of Somalia face the possibility of below-average “long rains” from March through May 2012. Given […]
Posted on 20. Mar, 2012 by Trevor Knoblich.
From December 16-18 2011, Tropical Storm Washi (locally known as Sendong) swept across the island of Mindanao, Philippines. Strong winds and heavy rains caused flooding, landslides and flash floods that resulted in massive destruction to both lives and livelihoods. More than 1,400 people were killed. As of February 17, more than 14,000 persons remain inside […]