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Advent 2017

Give an Advent Gift to ARDF Request Advent Materials This year, we are spending Advent exploring the ways the local church around the world reaches out to the marginalized in their midst. Follow along with our 2017 Advent Prayer Calendar. Your Advent gift will be used to empower the local church to strengthen communities in need. […]

It’s Giving Tuesday!

Today is the day! Donate to ARDF and you will receive a download of Follow After You, a new song by Jordan Ware, written exclusively for today, #givingtuesday 2017. You will love Jordan’s lyrical melodies. Based on the prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi, Follow After You is a prayer for all of us wanting […]

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#GivingTuesday Giveaway!

ARDF is participating in #GivingTuesday 2017 And we couldn’t be more excited! #GivingTuesday is a global initiative that encourages all of us to give back and celebrate the power of generosity. As we start thinking about Christmas shopping for our friends and loved ones, let’s also remember the people around the world who lack the basic necessities of […]

Water Mission in PR

Update from Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria blasted through Puerto Rico on September 20th. Six weeks later, many residents are still without power and clean water. The island’s motto is now “Puerto Rico se levanta” or “We will rise up!” but for many people, this is taking to long. ARDF is partnering with three different ministries to deliver aid to […]

Irma Damage

Irma Updates

Support Irma Relief Monday September 18, 2017 Irma may be a distant memory for the Weather Channel, but those effected by rising waters and fallen trees are still in need. Here is a website coordinating a variety of efforts to get aid and labor to where it is needed most. All Souls Anglican Church is […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Irma

Donate Now Post-storm Updates here Not Again… 9/11/2017: Just two weeks after Hurricane Harvey flooded southern Texas, Irma is hammering Florida. Southern Floridians are no strangers to storms. However, according to experts at the National Hurricane (as quoted in the Washington Post), Irma could be a “once in a generation storm”. Churches cancelled Sunday worship […]