India crate

A moment from yesterday

August 10, 2016 | Viewpoints | Volume 20 Issue 16
Conrad Stoesz |

Helen Warkentin was a long-term missionary to India from 1920 to 1957, and took many orphans ‘under her wing.’ She received support from family and friends back in Winkler, Man. Pictured, Manitobans proudly gather around a large crate of goods they are sending to Warkentin, to be used for the care of the poor in India. The sending address on the crate is #1116, Dyck & Kroeker, Winkler, Man., CPR. How do we support our mission workers today?

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