Former Haiti worker pleads not guilty to Ohio charges

Jul 22, 2019 by

Jeriah Mast, a former worker with the Anabaptist relief agency Christian Aid Minis­tries, pleaded not guilty to charges related to sexual abuse at his July 3 arraignment in Holmes County Common Pleas Court...

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Mission worker accused of abusing minors in Haiti

Jun 22, 2019 by

A Christian Aid Ministries worker has been accused of sexually abusing minors in Haiti after he left the country for the U.S. amid the allegations. CAM also faces a civil claim alleging it knew of similar...

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Do you belong to an ethnicity or a church?

Feb 11, 2019 by

The accusation was stripped of niceties. “The only way your churches can stay afloat is by having large families. Few people are joining you from other backgrounds.” The Amish and Mennonites, this unnamed...

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Our troubling Mennonite inferiority complex

Nov 16, 2018 by

“Many American Christians simply assume that the state has no business dictating church beliefs or practices, that a church should be a gathered body of believers rather than a net that that scoops up...

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Relief workers respond to east coast hurricane

Sep 24, 2018 by and

Mennonite groups are beginning the process of responding to Hurricane Florence’s devastation along the Atlantic coastline. The Category 4 hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 130 mph, but weakened and...

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CAM Liberia staff take Ebola virus precautions

Sep 29, 2014 by and

An Ebola virus outbreak spreading through Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone has prompted Christian Aid Ministries to significantly alter its presence in Liberia, where the death toll is rising most quickly. It...

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Millions of Bibles

Jun 9, 2014 by

Christian Aid Ministries, based in Berlin, Ohio, takes a detailed approach to its year-end accounting of distributed aid. 2,493,884 pounds of rice. Three washing machines. 4,127,990 Ibuprofen tablets. Four...

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