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WMU Foundation board member James Westbrooks is spending the month of February as a volunteer faculty member at Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary & College. James has already discovered that Canada is a little different from his home state of Texas.
A series of tornadoes caused widespread damage in Washington, Illinois. But before rebuilding efforts got underway, the area was slammed with multiple snowstorms. As weeks have now stretched into months, residents are praying for an end to the snow so that they can begin necessary repairs and rebuilding projects.
Dale and Fay Bryant (pictured here with their grandchildren) were married for nearly 64 years before Dale passed away. Their daughter, Glenda Palmer, recently made a gift to the WMU Foundation in honor of her mother and in memory of her father. Glenda says of her parents:
Human Trafficking in the U.S. is a $9.8 billion industry. It is horrific and unnacceptable. Work with us to combat human trafficking around the world. Support education and awareness; housing, counseling, and job skills training for victims; development of micro-enterprise businesses to provide wages for human trafficking victims; and efforts aimed at prohibiting human trafficking and aiding victims. Your gift to the Hayes Endowment helps end human trafficking.