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Turkey – So Much to be Done

Kyle joined a group coming in from another part of the Middle East who were connected to the Tying Vines Walk With Me Project.

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Standing with Survivors

The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is observed annually on July 30th.

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Ministry
Cultivating Connections at Tying Vines’ Friendraiser

In June about 120 people gathered together in Houston, Texas for our first Tying Vines fundraising dinner – Cultivating Connections.

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Crisis Response Humanitarian
The Power of Local Partnerships: Tying Vines’ Collaborative Model for Disaster Response

This week Tying Vines is working quickly to mobilize as much help as possible for the people in Turkey and Syria devastated by the earthquake.

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Bringing Hope to the Holidays: How NOMADS is Helping Laborers in the Middle East

This month 11 of our  “behind the scenes” staff at Tying Vines traveled to the Middle East to experience first hand the work Tying Vines is doing and to meet some of our partners workin

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Ministry
Recap from Tying Vines’ Trip to the Middle East

This month 11 of our  “behind the scenes” staff at Tying Vines traveled to the Middle East to experience first hand the work Tying Vines is doing and to meet some of our partners workin

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Humanitarian
Invigorate helping the disabled – World Humanitarian Day

Invigorate helping the disabled - World Humanitarian Day

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Sending Hope to Ukraine

I arrive under cover of darkness as the sound of air raid sirens echo in the distance. We slowly roll past barricades of sand, concrete and hundreds of anti-tank crisscross metal obstacles.

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Walk With Me’s Ukraine Response

When I left for the front lines of western Ukraine a week ago, it was anticipated that nearly 500,000 refugees would arrive here in Poland. That number has actually reached a staggering mill

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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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