Hurricane Michael (Florida Panhandle) Relief
Earlier this month (October 2018), Hurricane Michael ripped through the Florida panhandle, destroying thousands of homes and businesses and seriously compromising the region’s infrastructure. The Diocese of Florida and Episcopal Relief and Development are helping with relief efforts. Click here to donate.
Appeal for Victims of the North Carolina Hurricanes
Many of you have seen press coverage of the hurricanes that ravaged North and South Carolina earlier this autumn. The Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina has launched emergency response efforts to help thousands affected by both storms. To see how you can help, click here.
The American Anglican Council
From their website:
“For 20 years The American Anglican Council has promoted and defended Biblical Anglicanism in North America and world-wide. The Anglican Communion is among the world’s largest Christian denominations with over 55 million active participants. Sadly, this great church is threatened by false, un-Christian teachings. The authority of Holy Scripture [and] the Gospel of Jesus Christ […] are under attack.
In North America, many Anglican churches are in need of revitalization. While some parishes are thriving, others are losing members. We want these churches to be fully functioning outposts of God’s Kingdom.”
For more information, click here.
Barnabas Aid Appeal
Barnabas Aid is a Virginia-based 501(c)(3) affiliated with the British NGO (non-governmental organization/charity) Barnabas Fund that works to support Christian communities around the world that are facing poverty, persecution, and—in some cases—complete annihilation. If you would like to help support their work, please consider making a donation to the Barnabas General Fund. You can read a recent newsletter, here.
Christians At Risk
Christians At Risk is a charity run by the Knights of Columbus, a global Roman Catholic relief organization. From their website: "Terrorism in the Middle East has forced thousands of persecuted Christians to flee their homeland, which they have occupied since Biblical times. The Knights of Columbus responded by setting up the Christian Refugee Relief Fund, a charitable fund that directs 100% of all donations to humanitarian assistance for persecuted Christians and other religious minorities, especially in the Middle East." You can find their website here.
The Miracle at Fatima
As I have said often from the pulpit, it is important to understand what happened at Fatima and to heed the message. I urge you to get your free copy of this book about Fatima and read it." —Fr. Jansen String
The Institute on Religion and Democracy
From their website: "RTB's mission is to spread the Christian Gospel by demonstrating that sound reason and scientific research—including the very latest discoveries—consistently support, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible and faith in the personal, transcendent God revealed in both Scripture and nature." Click here for more information.