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Recurring gift, gift
Give to Peace and Justice, to Peace and Justice
Mustard Seeds, Seeds
Give to International Ministries, to International Ministries
Give to Service Programs, to Service Programs
Intention to Support, to Support
Give to Mission Bank projects, to Mission Bank projects
Isaiah Fund, Fund

 Giving causes



I choose peaceGive peace choose peaceI choose peaceMore than 25% of our tax dollars go toward the military. This tax season, you can make a gift for peace.
Giving TuesdayGive unity TuesdayGiving TuesdayHelp build the unity of the church!
Congo emergencyGive now emergencyCongo emergencyViolence has invaded Mennonite communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Please help.
Rebuilding Mennonite school in Puerto RicoGive hope Mennonite school in Puerto RicoRebuilding Mennonite school in Puerto RicoAcademia Menonita Betania has been severely damaged. Please help.

 Giving projects for church or family



Volunteers serve refugees in the U.S.Give a warm welcome, serve refugees in the U.S.
Child soldiers in Ivory CoastGive peace, soldiers in Ivory Coast
Pastors on the front lineGive education, on the front line

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Thanks to donors like you, we've been able to print the Missio Dei booklet, "What is an Anabaptist Christian," in more than 20 languages! 

How would Brazilians translate the title of this popular resource into their own language?

Submit your answer through David Fast's contact page and then give yourself a high-five. 
But don't let anyone see you, because that's basically just performing one clap, and who does that?