Wednesday, July 24th, 2024

'God Is on the Move,' Says Head of Global Christian Forum as Most Diverse Gathering of Christian Leaders Set to Begin in Ghana

“The prayer that I pray for those who are coming for the global gathering is that they will see that God is on the move,” says Rev. Dr. Casely Essamuah, Secretary of the Global Christian Forum (GCF) as 250 representatives from all streams of Christianity are gathering in Accra, Ghana from April 16-19 for what is likely the most diverse meeting of Christian leaders globally.

World Food Day 2023: Do, Lord, Remember Black Lives

Pan African peoples understand they are disproportionately affected by hunger and food insecurity. Historic inequities furthered by the wrath of racism, conflict, climate, and illnesses like COVID have further contributed to this.

Church Members Slain in Ethiopia

A $10,000 grant from the United Methodist Committee on Relief was announced July 11 after 37 people, including some United Methodists, were killed during an attack in Gambella in western Ethiopia.

In Respecting the Dignity of Migrants, 'Words Matter'

“I learned how to get and how to conduct great interviews as well as how to take good pictures and videos without victimizing anybody,” said Rekiatu Musa Jingi, an investigative journalist and human rights advocate in Cameroon who was part of a cross-regional migration reporting programme called “Changing the Narrative.”

Grants Enrich United Methodist Outreach in East Africa

UMC Ministries is a growing, volunteer-based organization that works alongside the Uganda-South Sudan Conference, and Harper Hill Global is a Nashville, Tennessee, faith-based organization. Together, they raised $13,410 (U.S.) to support projects in eastern Africa.
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