Refuge Relief is at it again! They are working to send another 40 ft. container of food (280,000 meals) to refugee camps in Uganda, Africa. This food is distributed through 40 refugee pastors associated with Africa Inland Church. Please pray for: ·         Wisdom and favor for their leadership team ·         Meals to be distributed to those who need…

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Our heart at CrossPoint Church (formerly Ahtanum Valley Assembly) has been to reach into our neighborhoods and take food to those in need. I am very thankful for the support and advice Seed2Life International has given us. The ministry model/plan (Mobile Manna) you provided has become the foundation for our food distribution ministry we’ve called…

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We are blessed by the gifts from our ministry partners. Seed2Life International just showed up one day and said, ‘how can we help?’ We serve 120 – 140 hot meals a day to the poor and homeless in the Apache Junction, AZ area. God continues to provide as our numbers of hungry people continue to…

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Visiting Orphans work to keep children in families by creating partnerships with ministries, organizations and team members who promote and advocate for the family, including international/domestic adoption and foster care when needed. Visiting Orphans also partners with ministries that work in and with orphanages, ensuring that children know they are loved. As part of the…

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Based in Lebanon, Missouri Out of the Ashes (OA) works with kids that have been labeled as dump kids from Kora, Ethiopia. Due to the extreme poverty, many families are unable to provide for themselves outside of spending their days in the city dump picking through the piles of trash and searching for food scraps…

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I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to Brian and Debra Hetzer and the Seed2Life Ministry. I am the director of a nonprofit ministry that pairs horses and children to build relationships. As I was in the midst of our fifth season, I reached a point where I felt the vision and direction of…

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