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First Person Report From Nepal

Donate to the Nepal Relief Fund Learn more about ARDF’s response to this crisis. This relief update comes from The Rev. Bill Jerdan and the REC Board of Foreign Missions:  A friend serving in the Anglican Diocese of Singapore Mission Office, and who speaks the Nepali language, participated in the first Diocesan team to arrive […]

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Archbishop Foley Beach Calls Anglican Churches to Stand with Our Brothers and Sisters in Nepal on May 31st

Use this Church Bulletin Insert to help your congregation get involved on May 31st. Beloved in the Lord, In addition to serving as Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America, I have the distinct honor of serving as President of The Anglican Relief and Development Fund.  It is with a heavy heart that I ask you to […]

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ARDF Welcomes New GROW Initiative Coordinator

ARDF is thrilled to announce the hiring of Caleb Vits as our new GROW Initiative Coordinator. “Caleb brings an ideal combination of gifts and passions to the Coordinator position,” said The Rev. Charles Treichler, ARDF Communication Manager. “He’s incredibly personable and has the energy, experience, and passion for social justice necessary to successfully build on […]

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Urgent Relief Appeal: Nepal Earthquake

// Donate Now // ARDF is partnering with Anglicans in Nepal to provide urgent relief to communities affected by two recent devastating earthquakes. Please join with us as we reflect the love of Christ in the midst of this tragedy.  Thank you! Together we have already raised $200,000 to support our brothers and sisters in Nepal. […]

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Martyrs of Ethiopia

A recent ISIS propaganda video appears to show the mass killing of Ethiopian Christians. The Rt. Rev. Grant LeMarquand, Anglican Bishop of the Horn of Africa and ARDF partner, recently sent this message to ARDF regarding the martyrdoms:  I have just learned the horrifying news that as many as twenty-eight Ethiopian Christians have been shot […]

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April Thoughts from the Executive Director

Is Compassion Really Compulsory? Dear Friends, We have just celebrated Easter and the Risen Christ!  As I approached Easter, I had this question in mind, “Is Compassion really compulsory for Christ’s followers?”  Did Jesus teach us an important compassion-principle during Holy Week?”  Does Christ’s death and resurrection make a point I had not thought about before now?  […]