Read stories, features and news from Everence from 2011.
Explaining ‘The Credit Union Difference – Philosophy in Action at Everence FCU’
Congregation uses Sharing Fund grant to help rebuild a home for a family.
Everence members to make an impact through worldwide reforestation projects.
Based on HHS statement about small-business plan
Luke and Dot Beidler were named recipients of the national Journey Award from Everence. This award recognizes that Beidlers, from Norristown, Pa., have lived a life of intentional and holistic stewardship.
An overview of HHS statement response
Equipping a family for life on the road to recovery
Development professionals make the most of their missions and ministries
Luke and Dot Beidler not only bought the apartments and kept them
affordable, they created a sense of home for everyone who lives there.
Young Amish migrate onto New York farms
Urging increased disclosures and precautionary measures
Everence members reported a high level of satisfaction in the
organization’s 2011 Customer Satisfaction Survey.
Lower stress comes after call to debt counseling program
Congregations tackle rising hunger problems with the support of the Everence Sharing Fund.
Everence Federal Credit Union will donate $12,700 in funds from its unique Rebate for Missions program to the global agencies of Brethren Disaster Services and Mennonite Mission Network.
New arrangement to begin July 1 in Goshen, Ind.
Everence employees donate time to LaCasa community program.
Read their story and the full issue of the Summer 2011 Everyday Stewardship magazine.
Name more closely conforms to fund advisor; principles remain the same.
A bone grafting surgery that helps a woman get back on her feet
Car fire brings a congregation together
Eviction averted for single mom
Sharing Fund assists family through gas line explosion tragedy
Gordon and Sue Miller radically changed their lifestyle to take a few years off for voluntary service.
An avid knitter of prayer shawls before her brain injury, Jean Schmitt found knitting useful as therapy during recovery.
Everence counsels students on school loans and money management.
First U.S. airline to sign Tourism Code of Conduct to stop child trafficking.
When Ms. Spender marries Mr. Conscientious.
The Everence Sharing Fund awarded over $900,000 last year - or $3,000 per day - to help those in need of assistance.
Investor coalition, led by Everence/MMA Praxis Mutual Funds and Christian Brothers Investment
Services in the U.S., will strengthen the voice of concerned investors with the
A new way for investors to make a global impact on our community and the world
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