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The Meaning of Christmas: A Renewal of Faith

Posted on Thursday, December 24, 2015 at 2:55 PM
in the The Agros Model category
by Unknown Author

Christmas calls us to remember the hope brought to us by the Son of God. For team members of a faith-based organization, this hope takes shape in an alternative vision about what the world should look like. In a world filled with violence, fear, injustice and oppression, Jesus offers a vision of peace, love, justice and emancipation.

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Honduran Nacatamles

Posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015 at 2:52 PM
in the Our Villages category
by Unknown Author

For Blanca Medrano, an entrepreneurial mom of two, this means taking at least one full day off from the coffee harvest. She has a lot of work to do to get prepared for the upcoming festivities

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Why Fight Rural Poverty

Posted on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 7:00 AM
in the Staff category
by Unknown Author

“Growing up in Guatemala in the 1970s, poverty was so common that it could be considered a natural condition..."

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Why We Give

Posted on Friday, December 18, 2015 at 5:08 PM
in the Staff category
by Unknown Author

When you choose to invest in a cause, you embody your deepest values. When you give a gift, you embody your love for family and friends. Our One Seed catalog of meaningful gifts lets you do both

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Donor Perspective: Kathy Robertson in Tierra Nueva

Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 1:13 PM
in the Our Villages category
by Unknown Author

The Agros donor community is gracious, inspiring and supportive; we couldn’t do the work we do without them. And Kathy Robertson, an elder at Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole, is no exception. After getting involved with Agros through her church, she has become deeply invested in the Tierra Nueva village of Nicaragua.

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Labor of Love

Posted on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 8:11 PM
in the Our Villages category
by Unknown Author

Norlan Lopez lives in San Jose, one of our villages in Nicaragua. Before choosing to work with Agros, he knew only corn and beans . “I didn’t know anything [about vegetables],” he told us, shyly

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