Our Spring Partnership is now available

Amneh, a Syrian refugee, lives in a hastily erected concrete brick structure on the land of Jordanian relatives. Her family is one of over 5,000 you have helped to prepare for last year's cold, wet winter. H.Patterson/LWF

Amneh, a Syrian refugee, lives in a hastily erected concrete brick structure on the land of Jordanian relatives. Her family is one of over 5,000 you have helped to prepare for last year’s cold, wet winter. H.Patterson/LWF

You can read the new Partnership online by clicking here (PDF format):

http://www.clwr.org/Get-Involved/documents/PartnershipSpring2014Final.pdf

Our theme is “Back to our roots – in mission for refugees.” Check it out to learn more about the work you support to help refugees! The issue also contains highlights and reflections from the Global Encounter to the Holy Land, and a story about the launch of a new sports hall in Bethlehem, which Olympian Cindy Klassen participated in.

We would also like to acknowledge the “in memory” gifts we’ve received in the last half year. The names of those memorialized can be found by clicking here.

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