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Responding to the War in Ukraine

On February 24, 2022 the Russian Federation launched a full fledged attack on Ukraine. Tying Vines is responding to this crisis and asking for help.

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Reflections on Best Laid Plans

13 years ago we landed in a country in the Middle East thinking we would be church planters, but after years of working far from our team members, we found we couldn’t get a visa to work w

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Afghanistan Update

In response to the crisis in Afghanistan, Tying Vines moved quickly last month to organize and initiate help on the ground.

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Lebanon Relief Efforts

We’ve received many inquiries for ways in which you can help with relief efforts in Lebanon following the tragic explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, August 4.

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Lebanon Port Incident

Today, we all feel like we are drowning. Especially the people who have lost loved ones, lost their homes, their jobs, and everything they’ve worked for.

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Introducing Mary Kenney

Tying Vines is excited to begin this new year with a new president! Mary Kenney will now serve in this position, taking over from husband Jeff, who has been president since 2016. Both Mary a

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You Make a Difference

This month we want to take a minute to share stories from the field – stories of how your donations have impacted the lives of others. We are thankful for the many donors and supporters wh

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New Look, Renewed Purpose

In 2010, after several years of living in the Middle East and being involved in activities and projects in the region, Jeff and Mary Kenney decided that an easier way to help people financia

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Introducing Steven Wilbur at Home of Hope

In a previous blog we introduced Brady and Amber Black at Home of Hope in Lebanon. This month please meet Steven Wilbur who also serves at Home of Hope.

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Walking with Melissa

Melissa and Clint Mitchell moved to the Middle East 22 years ago. They raised three sons there. They learned Arabic.

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