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  • Church addresses abuses in Philippines

    April 30th, 2010

    Photo: Protesters ask for the release of Dr. Alexis Montes and 42 other medical caregivers who were arrested while attending a Community Medicine Development Foundation training seminar. A court in the Philippines has refused to release them from detention. They were seized on Feb. 6 on charges of being communist insurgents. A UMNS Photo by Juliet … read more

  • Korean and Filipino men join international hunger relief effort

    April 12th, 2010

    Photo: Larry Malone with Aeta jungle survival expert. Methodist men in Korea and United Methodist men in the Philippines are planning to establish Stop Hunger Now facilities in their countries to benefit hungry people in Asia.  Larry Malone, president of the World Methodist Council men's affiliate (the World Fellowship of Methodist and Uniting Church Men… read more

  • Detroit Conference wins top award for raising the most money for Meals for Millions

    March 10th, 2010

        Wade Mays, a staff executive with the Society of St. Andrew, presents a “Bud-the-Spud Award” to James Walker, president of Detroit Conference United Methodist Men. Mays dressed as Nelson I. “Bud” Curtis, a deceased leader of potato projects across the nation. The conference won an annual conference competition … read more

  • United Methodist Men organization expands battle against hunger

    March 9th, 2010

    Annual conference presidents of United Methodist Men join their prayer advocates in holding up potatoes for the Society of St. Andrew and food packets for Stop Hunger Now. The assembly agreed to expand their anti-hunger efforts during a March 3-7 meeting in Nashville.   NASHVILLE, Tenn.–– United Methodist Men, a veteran organization in… read more