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arrow icon. Making the Global Conversation Possible: Around the Mission Initiatives Table 
Sunday School class at the United Methodist Church in Nepal, Kathmandu.

To introduce this issue of New World Outlook--which features a number of Global Ministries' staff members and their offices--I sat down with members of the Mission Initiatives team for a conversation about gospel and culture.
Source: New World Outlook
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Date posted: Nov 04, 2011

arrow icon. "Do What It Takes"--New Missionaries Challenged 
Yae Eun Kim, a fourth grader from the First United Methodist Church in Flushing, sings at the service, accompanied by Si Hwan Byun on the danso, the traditional Korean flute.

New York, NY, October 12, 2011--A dynamic Korean American church in one of earth's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods was the setting where ten new United Methodist missionaries were sent into the world on October 11.
Source: GBGM Mission News
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Date posted: Oct 12, 2011

arrow icon. Missionaries Prepare to be Sent Into the World 
Candidates for 2011 missionary commissioning

After more than three weeks of training, ten United Methodists will be commissioned and sent to missionary assignments around the world. Global Ministries executive Judy Chung says that the training helps prepare the individuals for the mission field while building a foundation of support.
Source: GBGM Mission News
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Date posted: Oct 04, 2011

arrow icon. The UMCOR Hotline for April 19, 2011 
In Today's Hotline: UMCOR: New Funding for Japan, Haiti GLOBAL: Imagine No Malaria Webcast, April 20 US: Spring Storms JAPAN : Volunteers Advisory UGANDA: Livelihoods Support for Mudslide Survivors
Source: UMCOR
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Date posted: Apr 19, 2011
arrow icon. The UMCOR Hotline for March 4, 2008 
In Today's Hotline- UGANDA: Hope and Relief for Kenya Refugees; US: Katrina Volunteers Show Continued Support; UMCOR: Thank You For Your Giving; RESOURCES: Satisfying Hunger in Armenia—New Report to Donors
Source: UMCOR
More about:emergencies|hunger|natural disasters|One Great Hour of Sharing|refugees|United Methodist Church| Armenia|Kenya|Uganda|Africa|
Date posted: Mar 04, 2008
arrow icon. The UMCOR hotline for August 07, 2007 
UMCOR Emergency Response In Today's Hotline: India: Flood Relief US: Flood Buckets Needed Liberia: A New Beginning Uganda: Malaria and Kids
Source: UMCOR
More about:Advocacy|communities|donations|ecumenical|emergencies|environment|hunger|immigration|UMCOR|United Methodist Church|action alerts| India|Liberia|Uganda|United States|
Date posted: Aug 07, 2007
arrow icon. New Bishop Conveys Hope for East Africa 
Bishop Wandabula, the youngest and newest bishop of the United Methodist Church visited the GBGM in August 2006.  Back row, from left to right, William Bamusute, Humble United Methodist School, David Muwaya, Project Coordinator, Bishop Daniel Wandabula, Dr. Eric Ikoona, Medical Coordinator, 
Front row, Missionary Abraham Sellu, Betty Wandabula, and Caroline Njuki, executive with Global Ministries.
New York, New York, August 14, 2006--“I come with a lot of humbleness and challenges,” said Bishop Daniel Wandabula, the newest and youngest episcopal leader of The United Methodist Church, who was elected to head the vast East Africa Annual Conference last May.
Source: GBGM Press Releases
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Date posted: Aug 14, 2006
arrow icon. United Methodists Elect Ugandan Pastor as New Bishop  
Bishop Daniel Wandabula is consecrated May 28 at Ehnes Memorial Church near Mutare, Zimbabwe. The United Methodist Church's newest bishop is the Rev. Daniel Wandabula of Uganda. Wandabula, 41, is a pastor and former dean of superintendents and project coordinator for the Uganda/Sudan District of the denomination's East Africa Annual (regional) Conference.
Source: United Methodist News Service
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Date posted: May 31, 2006
arrow icon. Letter from Uganda: Menace of Malaria Still Threatens Africans 
Rossette Kemigish, the nurse at Humble Place School, treated 279 children for malaria last year. The rains have come to central Uganda. This is good. But it also means the menace of malaria will return as well. This is the experience of Rossette Kemigish, school nurse at the United Methodist-related orphanage and primary school known as Humble Place in Mukono District, about 30 kilometers outside Kampala.
Source: United Methodist News Service
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Date posted: Jan 20, 2006
arrow icon. At last they arrived! A Michigan congregation joyfully sponsors a refugee family from Uganda 
John and Sarah Chuol and their children and John's brother, Michael pose for a photo upon their arrival at Genesis UMC, Ada, Michigan. World Refugee Day was June 20th. This story shows one refugee family's warm welcome by Genesis UMC, Ada, Michigin. This church has a history of sponsoring several families who have resettled in the US.
Source: UMCOR
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Date posted: Jun 22, 2005
arrow icon. Teen Mom Beats Odds 
 Artisha, age 17, is the mother of two sons, Tre- Zjaun, 1, and Tre-Viawntae, 2½, and recently graduated from high school with honors thanks to Atlantic Street Center, a United Methodist national mission institution.
Source: Community and Institutional Ministries
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Date posted: Nov 01, 2004
arrow icon. Letter from Uganda: Humble Place will offer hope to children 
Sometimes you look at yourself and can’t imagine how or why you landed in a particular moment – but you absolutely wouldn’t be anywhere else. That’s the situation I find myself in as I dodge cars and motorized bikes in the bustling city of Kampala, capital of Uganda.
Source: United Methodist News Service
More about:AIDS/HIV|children|Christian love|education|health|United Methodist Church|partners/partnerships| Uganda|
Date posted: Jun 30, 2003
arrow icon. Congolese Religious Leaders' Peace Initiative 
As the war between Congolese government soldiers continues against Rwandan and Ugandan-backed rebels, Congolese religious leaders representing Muslims and Christians, including The United Methodist Church, recently organized a forum to "identify causes of the war and obstacles to peace" in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Source: GBGM Mission News
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Date posted: Apr 10, 2000
arrow icon. Mission board will use wind-up radios to spread information 
A real "hands-on" approach to mission was demonstrated during the April 3-6 United Methodist Board of Global Ministries meeting when each director was given a wind-up radio to use as a fund-raising tool.
Source: United Methodist News Service
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Date posted: Apr 07, 2000
arrow icon. Interview with South Congo Annual Conference Bishop Katembo Kainda 
My name is Katembo Kainda. I am the Bishop of South Congo. The south Congo Annual Conference has four different conferences with about 600 churches, 400 pastors and 300,000 members.
Source: GBGM Mission News
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Date posted: Nov 15, 1999
arrow icon. Update on the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)-March 5, 1999 
For the past seven months, the Democratic Republic of Congo has been a fighting arena for the armies of several nations. Rwanda, Uganda, and Burundi have been fighting alongside the Rassemblement Congolais pour la Démocratie (RCD), a rebel group trying to overthrow President Laurent Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Source: GBGM Mission News
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Date posted: Mar 05, 1999
arrow icon. God is Good in Uganda
U.S. Bishop (retired) on Special Assignment in Africa 

The people of Bwakama, an area in Uganda, located deep in the interior, had a dream in July, 1997. They told the bishop they wanted to build a church and asked for his help. They repeated the same story to everyone who came to visit their area.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about:Christian love|communities|international affairs|United Methodist Church| Uganda|Africa|
Date posted: Jul 24, 1998
arrow icon. Miracle of a Bike
U.S. Bishop (retired) on Special Assignment in Africa 

The district superintendents of the Busia and Arua districts of Uganda complained that their territories were so large they were unable to stay in touch with their pastors and churches. Even the use of bicycles was limiting, especially in marshes, thick foliage, and forests.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about:communities|international affairs|United Methodist Church| Uganda|Africa|
Date posted: Jul 24, 1998
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