Hulapalooza is a joyful celebration of healthy living centered on a hula-hoop theme. Perfect for community building and outreach, the event is a fun opportunity for churches to improve health and wholeness for people of all ages and abilities.
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By Megan Klingler In 1976, along the Ebola River, in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), a rare and deadly virus was first identified. The Ebola virus, named for the river near its discovery, has since led to multiple outbreaks across several African countries, Europe and even the United States of […]READ FULL STORY>>
By Tatenda Mujeni Just over 10 years ago, United Methodists globally decided to take on an audacious goal of imagining a world without malaria, leading one of the largest commitments by a faith-based organization to end the disease. Our faith was literally put into action as we distributed millions of mosquito nets, tests and malaria […]READ FULL STORY>>
By Rev. Leo Yates, Jr. Deaf Awareness Week is soon approaching, and United Methodist churches should extend their hand of welcome to Deaf, hard-of-hearing, late-deafened, and Deafblind persons in their community. This week is observed during the last week of September (in 2019, the 23-29th), beginning on Monday and ending on Sunday. Deaf Awareness Week originated in Rome, […]READ FULL STORY>>