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Warehouse Update: A Ribbon-Cutting to Celebrate

We have had a vision to build a warehouse of our own at our ministry headquarters in South Bend. And that vision has become a reality. The Lord placed on our hearts the need for this facility so that we could respond quickly and efficiently to people around the world and in our own nation during times of disaster and great need. Many have partnered with us to make this vision a reality. On Saturday, June 25, we celebrated the warehouse with a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting. Around 125 people joined us, including Congresswoman Jackie Walorski and her husband, Dean Swihart. The event took place during Provident Ministries’ annual Summit, so speakers Jess and Paula Gibson; missionary Carl-Gustaf Severin from Word of Life in Sweden; and Israel Pochtar, director of Voice of … read more>>

Rebuilding Nepal Through Food & Houses

A devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Nepal on Saturday, April 25, 2015. More than 8,000 people were killed as a result. Survivors were in desperate need of food and clean water. In response, we teamed with ChurchAsia who was on the ground in Nepal. They needed our help to provide more food, shelter and clean water to those whose lives have been turned upside down by this natural disaster. Just take a look at some of the damage... But now the rebuilding has begun. We sent over $10,700 to help with these relief efforts by providing food, temporary shelter in the form of tents and now permanent homes. In the immediate aftermath, our partners built temporary homes using the rubble of the earthquake-leveled homes. Since then, they have built 80 permanent homes for around … read more>>

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