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April 7, 2014
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Follow my blog on short trip to the United Kingdom March 19-24, 2014 for funeral of John Ross Schroeder and visit to our churches in the UK.

Reports from my perspective about what's happening in Ukraine. Last report March 2, 2014

We visited Pastor Nikolai Gantiuk and his wife Angelina in a Ukrainian Sabbatarian community near Willow Springs, Missour on February 16, 2014. Great story!

There are a number of prisoners seriously wanting contact and fellowship via mail.  Would you consider to some of these?  MORE

Leroy Neff greeting Nancy and Ronald Regan. Mr. Neff died January 28, 2014 at the age of 90.

One of LifeNets successes in Malawi: the Jumpha Clinic We have provided medicines for 10 years. The clinic is on the border with Zambia and Mozambique and provides healthcare for people in those countries, too.

September 23, 2013 update of LifeNets biggest project to date: The JohJan LifeNets Academy in Migori, Kenya that now has 220 pupils.

Follow my trip to the Philippines July 10-22 on Travelpod.  Just click here to get right to it.

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LifeNets finances water tanks for Girl Scout Camp in Davao City, Philippines so that more than 500 people can have water for the Festival of Tabernacles and provide much needed water capacity for the girl scouts. See story and photos of the project.

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LifeNets establishes new service program in South Africa: Live Clean Program to be presented to groups of vulnerable children in order to provide them with a message of hope and practical techniques for daily living to alleviate emotional and mental suffering. It will be headed by LifeNets Southern Africa chairman, Monique Webster.

Kids for Cows Update.  We thank children who through LifeNets help children get milk in Brazil, Zambia and Kenya  (updated March 9, 2013)

Demolition of Ambassador College library in Pasadena, California, site of the original Ambassador College.  Memories...more pictures.... (posted September 14, 2012)

Stories and YOUTUBES from 2011 that were on this Home Page have been moved to another site.....looking for something?   (posted April 9, 2011)

Stories and YOUTUBES from 2010 that were on this Home Page have been moved to another site.....looking for something?   (posted September 7 2010)

My mother Nina Kubik (below) lived through the 1933 Stalin famine in Ukraine that killed seven million people. I recently found this article in a 1983 issue of the Minnesota Daily News in which she was interviewed about the famine.....50th anniversary of this event.(posted December 11, 2011)
LifeNets newest orphanage project in western Zambia. Here is Derrick Pringle of Kitwe, Zambia delivering $4000 worth of goods to orphans as well as poor Zambian/Angolan farmers. We are very happy to be involved in working with these reliable people. (posted February 11, 2013)


Insightful report by Barry and Sandy Kortius of Colorado who traveled with Scott/Collette Lockwood and families to Malawi and visited our brethren there along with the LifeNets projects. A good read! (posted January 28, 2014)

Major update (Jan 21, 2014) about work done in the Philippines by LifeNets to help Haiyan/Yolanda Typhoon victims. Almost 100 photos and short snippets of what's going on plus one YouTube clip.

TWO NEW Messages from Bill Bradford in Australia --  in our AUDIO section - Includes: Do the Right Thing; Do the Hard Thing & God's Commandments in a Lawless World (posted January 1, 2014)

Delivery of LifeNets Kids for Cows animals in Zambia. See report. Thanks to all who are making this happen! (Dec 24, 2013)

Our visit to former Ambassador College Pasadena, CA campus and Headquarters of the Worldwide Church of God on October 24, 2013. See pictures that will bring back memories of a time gone by..

Completion of fifth Summer Camp Program in Vinogradov, Ukraine. Here are some of our Ukrainain participants. See full report here. We have been working with street children and orphans in Vinogradov since (posted October 3, 2013)


The HCG Diet...a diet that really has worked....with immediate, encouraging and easy results.  See my experience with it (posted June 23, 2013) 

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Report about my trip to Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa from January 7-22, 2013.  Read about LifeNets and UCG

Prophetic Times Author Jim Tuck is now producing this interesting newsletter with insights into the signs of our times. Please come back and become a regular reader at 

Update on difficult situation for members of the United Church of God in Zambia.  Please read prayer request (updated November 24) Also read about LifeNets work in Zambia since 2000


Over the years I've collected all kinds of saying - profound and funny.  --  (posted August 17, 2012) 

LifeNets drills challenging borehole in remote Nalubanda North in Zambia on July 22, 2012.  Success came after dreaming about it for 12 years!  Will serve up to 500 people in community....on UCG deacon Maxwell Kasakantu's property.  Share in our rejoicing by reading this inspiring report!


"An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity; a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity."
-Winston Churchill

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."   
- Margaret Mead

It's kind of fun to do the impossible.
- Walt Disney

 Preach always--use words if necessary.
--St. Francis of Assisi 

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Africa 2014 blogFollow our blog on April 2014 trip to South Africa, Malawi and Zambia.

DianaLifeNets has worked with street children and orphans in Vinogradov, Ukraine since 2001. Here is a story of one of the young ladies who we have known throughout this period of time.(posted March 8, 2014)

One of our most heart-warming stories of 2013: Breathing vest for Cathy in Cape Town with Cystic Fibrosis

We always appreciate reports about how the LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Program benefits children. Latest note from Malawi. You can see more about our program at

Jed SyJed Sy along with her brother Jong Pilapil is serving a life sentence in the Philippines for a crime she did not commit. I visited her and Jong on July 14, 2013. They have earned great trust in prison and were allowed laptop computers that LifeNets provided. MORE. (posted January 13, 2014)

After the November 8, 2013 Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines, LifeNets around the world has come to aid of victims. Pictured above is LifeNets affiliate in Japan sending first shipment of 1000 items of children's clothing. Follow progress at

Jorge de Campos returns from Brazil with great report and pictures of our growing LifeNets cattle program. Read more. (posted August 29, 2013)

LifeNets Annual Report 2012 now available online

Jelly has emerged as a friend for our children to teach them things like books of the Bible, the Ten Commandments and more. Bev and I visited with Jelly and one of his creators Jonathan Magee. See some of the film shorts that I'm sure you'll like:
On March 19, 2013 we established the Dennis Luker Memorial Foundation in honor of our dear friend Dennis Luker who died on March 14, 2013. Along with his wife LeeAnn they ardently supported LifeNets education projects and we would like to memorialize his life with future education initiatives.

Report on the LifeNets Kenya Goat Project funded by LifeNets Australia. We are so pleased to see people from different continents working together to bring about a higher quality of life.

LifeNets member Neil Wallis participates in 7000 km road rally driving through 7 countries in Southern Africa, giving LifeNets exposure and giving out hundreds of pairs of shoes to poor people along the way.  Great story!

We have met our goal of raising $6000 to finish the school building on June 3, 2012!)

LifeNets is now supporting Dunya Orphans School in Kosele, Kenya. We love supporting well-managed indigenous projects that have already produced good outcomes. (posted February 29, 2012)



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