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|Monday, December 10, 2012|
"I'm proud to be a United Methodist because of what life has been for me as a United Methodist. I feel like that it has given me enough opportunities to be of service." - The Rev. Romeo del Rosario, a United Methodist missionary.
UMTV: Missionary's Global Calling
BOSTON (UMNS) - The Rev. Romeo del Rosario, a United Methodist missionary, was named one of four distinguished alumni by Boston University School of Theology in 2012. He spent his early life in the Philippines and remembers the work of United Methodist missionaries there. Their dedication sparked his desire to serve the global church.
Bishop Hoshibata shapes vision for malaria fight
WASHINGTON (UMNS) - Before the day was over Dec. 4, Bishop Robert T. Hoshibata and members of the Imagine No Malaria delegation had visited 13 Senate and House offices on Capitol Hill to advocate for continued support of the fight against malaria. The bishop shares his thoughts on the United Methodist campaign against malaria and his conference's goal to raise $2 million for that fight.
Church foundation stands against human trafficking
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UMNS) - The United Methodist Church Foundation, meeting Nov.14-16, voiced a commitment to thwart the human-trafficking epidemic through its shareholder advocacy program. The foundation is an active member of the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility, which works on issues of accountability with publicly traded companies.
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