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We are pre-registering volunteers to aid in disaster recovery.
The Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International has been involved in disaster relief for many years. We have sent teams to Louisiana for Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, to North Carolina for Hurricane Florence, to Florida for Hurricane Michael, to Indiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and
The Coronavirus Hospital staff Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) crisis impacts every farm family. Family members, friends at church, and neighbors can be nurses, doctors, techs and other health care workers we know. Two weeks ago, my wife, Janet, and I were Facetiming with our so
FCFI Motorcoach and 5th Wheel Command Center. The 5th wheel was donated to FCFI by Samaritan’s Purse. The Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International is currently deployed in Nance County, Nebraska, near Genoa, after the worst flooding in 50 years. In mid-March, a
Althouigh Hurricane Florence hit the North Carolina coast six months ago, much work still needs to be done. Hurricane Florence slowed and lost strength just off the coast of North Carolina, making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, and dumped nearly 36 inches of rain, causing massive
It was a great time to bug out of Illinois as the wind chill dipped to minus 60. Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle on October 10, 2018 as a high category 4, with wind speeds of 155 mph, causing massive destruction along the panhandle coast, near Panama City. Damage was
The Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International is set up to receive volunteers to work disaster recovery in Vici and Woodward, Oklahoma after the devastating wildfires they had there earlier this spring. As many as 28 organizations are gearing up for the relief effort. From the En
Six months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, 93,000 are still without power and water. Although that is only 5% of the population, that doesn’t make it any easier for those 93,000. This has been one of the most expensive and logistically difficult hurricane recoverie
A long drought situation in the Mountain Grove, Missouri area followed by heavy rains and flooding has made it necessary to ship in hay to feed cattle. The Fellowship of Christian Farmers are here at Bob Yoder’s farm near Danvers, Illinois, preparing shipment of hay to Mountain
The purpose of the Fellowship of Christian Farmers (FCFI) is to build, maintain, and strengthen faith in God for the farmer, the farm family, and the farming industry through presenting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
The Fellowship was formed in August of 1985 in San Antonio, Texas, during the American Soybean Association EXPO when a group of farmers met together to discuss the need for an organized Christian fellowship of the farming industry. It was felt by those in attendance that farmers and agri-business are in an occupation that is burdened with stress. Therefore, we need to build each other up by sharing our needs in prayer and putting an emphasis on Christian fellowship. Continue Reading →