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.
by subscribing to our free e-newsletter!
Be a part of creating abundant health for all by subscribing to Experience Abundant Health, our free e-newsletter! You'll receive bi-weekly ideas, important updates and resources designed to inspire mental, physical and spiritual well-being in your congregation and your community.
United Methodist Volunteers, also known as Community Health Workers, are women and men of all ages living in difficult-to-reach places. These frontline workers are trusted community members, having an in-depth understanding of the community they serve. They are also blessed with patience and compassion to alleviate complex medical and social needs.READ FULL STORY>>
What is a hospital without clean water?READ FULL STORY>>
By Christie R. House* When missionaries David and Elizabeth McCormick first arrived in Maxixe, Mozambique, to begin work with Chicuque Rural Hospital, the hospital was straining to meet the needs of its patients. The grounds, buildings, and even some medical equipment and medicines had extensive damage from Cyclone Dineo in 2016. David McCormick took over […]READ FULL STORY>>