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The Hope for Africa Children's Choir performs on
April 28 at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth,
Texas. The 23-member choir from Uganda was organized by the United
Methodist East Africa Annual Conference. Many of its members are orphans
who have lost their families to civil war violence or AIDS.

04/29/2008
The Hope for Africa Children's Choir performs on April 28 at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. The 23-member choir from Uganda was organized by the United Methodist East Africa Annual Conference. Many of its members are orphans who have lost their families to civil war violence or AIDS.
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The Hope for Africa Children's Choir performs on
April 28 at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth,
Texas. The 23-member choir from Uganda was organized by the United
Methodist East Africa Annual Conference. Many of its members are orphans
who have lost their families to civil war violence or AIDS.

04/29/2008
The Hope for Africa Children's Choir performs on April 28 at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. The 23-member choir from Uganda was organized by the United Methodist East Africa Annual Conference. Many of its members are orphans who have lost their families to civil war violence or AIDS.
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Willie Suggs was the first deaf-blind interpreter at General Conference, 2008.

08/22/2008
Willie Suggs was the first deaf-blind interpreter at General Conference, 2008.
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The Rev. Grace Cajiuat leads a liturgical version of the United Methodist Social Creed during a celebration of the creed's 100th anniversary at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. In the background are Bishop Beverly Shamana (left) and Jim Winkler, head of the church's Board of Church and Society.

05/02/2008
The Rev. Grace Cajiuat leads a liturgical version of the United Methodist Social Creed during a celebration of the creed's 100th anniversary at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. In the background are Bishop Beverly Shamana (left) and Jim Winkler, head of the church's Board of Church and Society.
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William H. Gates Sr. addresses delegates and visitors to the 2008 United Methodist General Conference on May 1 in Fort Worth, Texas. Gates, the father of Microsoft founder Bill Gates and a co-chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, spoke on the need to eradicate malaria worldwide.

05/02/2008
William H. Gates Sr. addresses delegates and visitors to the 2008 United Methodist General Conference on May 1 in Fort Worth, Texas. Gates, the father of Microsoft founder Bill Gates and a co-chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, spoke on the need to eradicate malaria worldwide.
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Bishop Thomas Bickerton answers questions at a May 1 press conference about the church's global health plan passed by the 2008 United Methodist General Conference during its legislative meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.

05/02/2008
Bishop Thomas Bickerton answers questions at a May 1 press conference about the church's global health plan passed by the 2008 United Methodist General Conference during its legislative meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.
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The Rev. Fitzgerald Reist watches over a basketball signed by United Methodist bishops. The ball is being auctioned at the denomination's 2008 General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, with proceeds going the anti-malaria initiative Nothing But Nets.

05/02/2008
The Rev. Fitzgerald Reist watches over a basketball signed by United Methodist bishops. The ball is being auctioned at the denomination's 2008 General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, with proceeds going the anti-malaria initiative Nothing But Nets.
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 United Methodists refined their mission statement to infuse a mission directive into the life and work of the church.

05/02/2008
United Methodists refined their mission statement to infuse a mission directive into the life and work of the church.
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Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker of the Florida Annual (regional) Conference addresses an immigrant rights rally on April 24 outside the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center, site of the 2008 General Conference of The United Methodist Church. Behind him are other bishops and church leaders.

05/01/2008
Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker of the Florida Annual (regional) Conference addresses an immigrant rights rally on April 24 outside the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center, site of the 2008 General Conference of The United Methodist Church. Behind him are other bishops and church leaders.
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