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connectNmission: March 2011, Issue 5

Mar. 2011, Issue 5   
    Click Here Featured Resource       Click HereAdvocate of the Month
Click hereWelcome to connectNmission
Click hereChildren’s Health and Wholeness
Click hereTraining Church Leaders
Click hereJustice For Our Neighbors
Click hereHealthcare in Africa

Click hereResponse to the Japan Earthquake
Click hereHaiti Recovery
Click hereGlobal Missionaries
Click hereChurch Planting Worldwide
Click hereClean Water and Sanitation
Click hereSustainable Agriculture

Click here10-Fold Event: April 10, 2011
Letter from Thomas Kemper

Reflections on Lent and Lenten resources from Global Ministries More

Global Ministries' Response to the Japan Earthquake

Read updates on missionaries, partners, and UMCOR's response to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, as well as reflections and devotions. More

10-Fold Event: April 10, 2011, Healthcare in Africa

The April 10th event will cover UMCOR Health's work to strengthen hospitals in Africa, promote community health, and specif ways churches can be involved in this work. More

Haiti Recovery

UMCOR and L'Eglise Methodiste d'Haiti are working together to help some 90 women through the church's longstanding microcredit program. More

Children’s Health and Wholeness

The National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP) is helping children of all ages gain a greater understanding of peace. More

Missionaries in the US and Around the World

Ron Davidson, Global Ministries missionary in Honduras, connects volunteer teams with ministries in Honduras that are in need of a helping hand. More

Training Church Leaders

Representatives from Methodist churches across Europe gathered in Berlin, Germany, to connect with each other, develop their leadership skills, and confront the challenges that they face. More

Church Planting Worldwide

The Johnson City District in Tennessee will soon be reaching English-speaking people through a new church plant in Prague, Czech Republic. More

Justice For Our Neighbors

The Human Relations Commission of the City of Holland, Michigan, selected JFON West Michigan as one of five recipients of its 2010 Social Justice Award. More

Clean Water Project

In Tengecha, a community of approximately 20,000 people in southeastern Kenya, clean water is hard to come by. More

Healthcare in Africa

Mama Tabita Hospital, in Kolwezi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), will soon be the only hospital in this southern DRC region with a dialysis machine. More

Sustainable Agriculture

Solar dryers are helping communities better preserve their harvest and preserve nutritious Moringa for future use. More

Advocate of the Month

Erin Campbell, Youth Director at St. John's United Methodist Church in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and mission volunteer to India, is the Advocate of the Month. More

Featured Resource

Global Ministries' B1 campaign, which introduces youth to mission through The United Methodist Church, offers resources to guide people of all ages throughout this 40-day season. More