1324 GA Highway 49 South | Americus Georgia 31719

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Koinonia’s Publications

We have many connections with folks all over the world, and we love telling their stories as well as our own! We do this through a variety of publications — Koinonia Briefly, Koinonia Farm Gift Catalog, Koinonia Farm Chronicle, and a new series of pamphlets called Short Writings, which is coming soon.

Please share these with your friends and neighbors!


Koinonia at Home and Abroad

Koinonia Briefly
A Monthly Newsletter

We send out a newsletter each month by e-mail, with an update on our life and work on the farm and around the world. We also share a special from our mail-order business. Sign up to receive our newsletter and read past issues below.

2018 Koinonia Newspaper Cover

Koinonia Farm Chronicle

We send a newspaper twice per year, with an in-depth look at a specific value or ministry we hold dear, with articles from Koinonia and from our partners around the globe. Sign up to receive our newsletter and read past issues below.

Koinonia Farm
Products & Gifts Catalog

Every purchase you make supports the life and work of Koinonia Farm. View a full PDF version of our yearly Gift Catalog here and sign up on our mailing list below to receive a hard copy.

Short Writings from Koinonia
Pamphlet Series

A series of reflections on the way of life at Koinonia Farm. Featuring A Way of Prayer by Bren Dubay. Available in paperback. Ebook edition coming soon. Visit our online farm store to purchase a copy.

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If you would like to submit an article or a suggested topic, just e-mail it to news@koinoniafarm.org.

In the meantime, we welcome you to browse our archived newspapers and e-news, readable in full online. Enjoy!

The Koinonia community grieves the loss of Mrs. Rosalynn Carter. We treasure every moment we were able to spend with her. She, President Carter, and the whole Carter family have been such good neighbors and friends to Koinonia. Mrs. Carter was a peacemaker who, through her work both close to home and further afield, always embodied “love through service to others.” We pray for her, her family, her friends, the City of Plains, and Sumter County. We grieve with them and yet rejoice in the example she has given to all of us and the world.
President and Mrs. Carter pictured here on a visit to Picnic Hill at Koinonia Farm in 2019 on the 10th anniversary of Millard Fuller’s death.