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Jinishian Memorial Program's informative newsletter for Presbyterian and Armenian congregations and communities offers the opportunity to learn about our work, to hear the stories of the people we serve, and to find out ways to partner with us. We welcome your suggestions for the newsletter on topics of interest to you. Please let us know your address if we do not already have it on file.
Check out our Christmas catalog! Learn how you can be a part of important Jinishian projects in Armenian communities--send critical aid to Syrians in wartime, give Christmas blessings to needy children, bring dignity to teens and elderly in Lebanon, and make a lasting impact in Armenia.
Spring 2014: Presbyterians call for genocide recognition; Survivors in Syria have a legacy of faith; At-risk teens in Lebanon find hope; Armenian youth compete in international debate competition
Fall 2013: Along with fine-tuned relief work, we continue the long-term development work you see in this issue. Micro-loan success stories offer a glimpse of how Jinishian helps families and communities experience lasting change. Those projects bring hope and provide a foundation for a better future.
The Spring 2013 issue tells stories of resolve, courage and ingenuity in the face of the tragic, and often unforeseeable, consequences of war. Jinishian has brought compassion where there is brutality, dedication where there was neglect, and adaptability even when the obstacles surround us on all sides.
The Fall 2012 issue includes: Courageous partners in Syria continue critical health care programs; Working in community reduces and prevents human suffering in Lebanon; Thousands of Armenian children learn to live in peace and love.
The Spring 2012 issue gives a 50-year history and update of the Jinishian Memorial Program in response to the many inquiries from our readers and supporters.
The Fall 2011 issue lifts up success stories that enhance the meaning of Thanksgiving.
The Spring 2011 issue is devoted to spiritual uplift projects conducted in different sites by Jinishian staff and volunteers.
The first issue, Fall 2010, features stories of those that Jinishian Memorial Program serves and opportunities partner with us.