Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund

Argentina

The Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund was established by Dr. B. Lee and Mrs. Jacquelin Brummel who served for more than fifteen years as persons in mission of the Division of Overseas Ministries in Argentina. The Division of Overseas Ministries is honored to recognize Lee and Jacquelin Brummel in this special way, given their many years of faithful service to the Superior Evangelical Institute of Theological Studies (ISEDET), located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and to the Disciples of Christ Church of Argentina. The fund distributions from the Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund are used in support of ministries in Argentina.

Additional contributions may be made to the principal of the Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund online at https://donate.globalministries.org/onlinegiving or by check written to the Division of Overseas Ministries and sent to:

Global Ministries
P.O. Box 1986
Indianapolis IN 46206

Please include “Brummel Endowment” on the memo line of the check or in an accompanying note, or in the Project/Partner box if giving online.

Questions regarding the Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund are welcome.  Please contact the Global Ministries Resource Development Office at 317-713-2555 or gifts@dom.disciples.org.

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  • 100% of your gift will be directed to Lee and Jacquelin Brummel ISEDET Education Fund
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