The Global Health initiative of the General Board of Global Ministries has integrated the work of Imagine No Malaria with its Mother, Newborn, and Child Health program.
A superintendent says COVID-19 offered “a Kairos moment for the church,” compelling changes in virtual engagement that were long overdue. The virus “brought the future to our doorstep,” he said.
A sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Zimbabwe prompted the Senate of Africa University to hold academic classes online through December 2020.
In 2016 Imagine No Malaria celebrated success in the fight against malaria. Now WHO says interruptions caused by COVID may return mortality levels to those last seen 20 years ago.
The Rev. Eric Mulanda has co-pastored Mt. Hope UMC in Lansing since 2015. He and a team from the church just returned from a goodwill mission to his alma mater, Africa University in Zimbabwe.
This UMCOR-funded project provides chicks to help women and girls generate income in an area with drought and dying crops. Fight disaster before it happens. UMCOR Sunday is March 22.
Why are you a United Methodist? One reason the Rev. Jack Harnish is a United Methodist is his love for the many projects that are supported by the apportionment system.
Tawanda Chandiwana, one of three Global Mission Fellows detained in the Philippines in the summer of 2018, dies in Zimbabwe. He is remembered as a man of strong faith.
The Rev. Dr. Roger Ireson provided key leadership in the birthing of Africa University. He reflects on how a century-old vision took shape in Zimbabwe.
The most significant Christmas gifts don’t fit in a box. Please give to Bishop David Bard’s appeal for Disaster Recovery. Your gift will be the gift of new life.