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SEED’s latest intern wraps up her time

SEED staff member David Brewer met Tanya Rosado in January 2015 while doing a presentation for South Atlantic pastors and leaders. Tanya was in Eastern University’s Masters in International Development program and looking for an internship. SEED’s process with all potential interns is to learn what their goals are, what they would like to do […]

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It takes a team to build an online store

 It really is amazing how much work something like an online store takes. It seems like it would be so simple, doesn’t it?  Just throw a bunch of products at a computer screen and you’re all set.  The SEED team — and a number of very important volunteers — has been hard at work on […]

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Virtual Volunteers, Tangible Worth

Yesterday I had a conference call with people in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania.  And I was sitting in my kitchen in Portland, Oregon. Our subject was the building of an online store that would serve producers in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.  Trying to match them to purchasers and donors on six […]

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The Network Is Alive!

It’s funny how connections get made in today’s global society. In July, SEED Directors David and Rose Brewer met JR and Becky Crouse, Free Methodist missionaries in Tarma, Peru.  The Crouses focus much of their missionary work on helping develop microenterprises for the people in this fairly remote Andean city.  Becky works closely with Mujeres […]

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