Medical clinics, hospitals serve many with few resources

Gael Nonge (left, on bed) shares a hospital bed with Margelitte Enanga at The United Methodist Church's Irambo Health Center in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo. The two patients are not related. There were not enough beds for each to have her own.
Gael Nonge (left, on bed) shares a hospital bed with Margelitte Enanga at The United Methodist Church's Irambo Health Center in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo. The two patients are not related. There were not enough beds for each to have her own.

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Daily Digest - December 11, 2018

Faith leaders struggle to bring hope to migrants; Bishops' website spotlights One Church Plan; Judicial Council sets February docket
Immigration
U.S. Border Patrol agents and officers from the Department of Homeland Security advance toward United Methodists leaders and organizers of a march calling for migrant justice as the marchers kneel on the beach at the fence between the U.S. and Mexico in San Diego.

Faith leaders struggle to bring message of hope to migrants

More than 300 faith leaders — including United Methodists — walked to the border wall in San Diego to bring blessing to people in Tijuana.
General Church
Members of the 2016-2020 Judicial Council. (From left) Front row: Deanell Reece Tacha, N. Oswald Tweh Sr., the Rev. Luan-Vu Tran. Back row: Lydia Romão Gulele, Ruben T. Reyes, the Rev.Øyvind Helliesen, the Rev. Dennis Blackwell, and the Rev. J. Kabamba Kiboko. (Not pictured, Beth Capen)  Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications

Judicial Council sets February docket

Docket items include the first administrative appeal to come before the denomination's top court, but no reconsideration of Traditional Plan ruling.

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