According to Myron Weaver, the pastor at that time, each family was given $10 to multiply if they could. The $13,000 yield was collected at a harvest offering a few months later.
A large portion went to fund went to . . .
To date, they have assisted about 140 families, helping them with food, clothing, legal assistance and travel fare to legal and medical appointments.
Omar Guzman, pastor of the Mennonite . . .
They say they are “infecting the churches of Venezuela with a sana doctrina (healthy doctrine).”
Max Villatoro, pastor of Iglesia Menonita Torre Fuerte (First Mennonite Church) . . .
Qom is the original name of the Chaco’s Toba indigenous people — a name they are reclaiming.
To help farmers make it through to the second growing season, Mennonite Central Committee provided emergency food assistance to 1,666 families. That included a distribution of 30,384 cans of meat in El Salvador, Honduras . . .