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An aerial view of houses engulfed by water in Kindu, Congo. Torrential rains caused the Congo River to overflow in April, affecting more than 10,000 households in Kindu. Photo by Chadrack Tambwe Londe, UM News.

Church members among dead in Congo flooding

Thousands of families have been displaced and United Methodist homes, schools and other buildings have been destroyed by flooding in the East Congo Episcopal Area.
Social Concerns
The Rev. Solomon Rogers speaks to a crowd gathered for a special handoff ceremony Jan. 15 in western Freetown, Sierra Leone. The event marks the end of a seven-year land dispute between The United Methodist Church’s Sierra Leone Conference and neighboring Masantigie community. Photo by Phileas Jusu, UM News.

Sierra Leone church celebrates end of land dispute

Even as United Methodists and the Masantigie community signed a resolution, the Ministry of Lands issued a stern warning about keeping the peace.
Local Church
Students gather for a Sunday school class at Brentwood (Tenn.) United Methodist Church. Photo courtesy of Brentwood United Methodist Church.

Curriculum is key in Sunday schools

Reaching children with the word of God begins with parents, but Sunday schools using United Methodist Publishing House curriculums can also play an important role.

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