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Jeremy Rosado records tracks for a new song dedicated to United Methodists and the fight against malaria. Video image courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

Song celebrates United Methodists, malaria fight

Go in the studio to preview a new anthem created to affirm and inspire the work of church members and remind us “God is able.” View

Health worker Kadie E. Koroma (right), part of a team with the United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria campaign, processes a voucher that will provide mosquito nets for the family of Gbassay Foday (seated at left) for her home in Baoma village, near Bo, Sierra Leone, in June 2014. The campaign had raised more than $68 million by the end of 2015. File photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Nearing a malaria goal before GC2016

With most of $75 million goal raised, United Methodists will celebrate how Imagine No Malaria has made a difference both inside and outside the church. Read More

Lofato Feliobola removes a baby from the seat used to weigh him at The United Methodist Church's Mangobo Health Center in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. A new “Abundant Health” campaign for the denomination would reach one million children with lifesaving interventions between 2017 and 2020. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Promoting ‘Abundant Health’ at GC2016

Campaign led by United Methodist Board of Global Ministries aims to improve health of 1 million children. Read More

Graphic courtesy of Imagine No Malaria, United Methodist Communications

New resources for Lent from Imagine No Malaria

Subscribe to sermon starters, worship elements, donation boxes and more to put a focus on helping others this Lenten season. Read More

Brightly painted wooden mosquitoes helped publicize the Alaskan churches' 2016 Imagine No Malaria Lenten fundraising campaign. Photo courtesy of the Alaska United Methodist Conference.

Alaskan churches take up malaria challenge at Lent

Brightly-painted wooden mosquitoes helped publicize the Alaskan churches' Imagine No Malaria Lenten fundraising campaign. Read More

Mosquito nets are one way Imagine No Malaria is combating the diseases. Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications.

Defeating evil by doing good: United Methodists offer hope

News about terrorism may confound and scare us, but be assured there is also news of people of faith bringing harmony to the world. Read More

Imagine No Malaria Advent Resources

Free worship resources, liturgies, prayers, videos and graphics will inspire your congregation to share a message of hope and help end malaria. View

Children pose in costumes. Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications.

Fall fun(draising) ideas to fight malaria

Even though #MalariaIsScary, there are some great ways for your family and your church to help Imagine No Malaria. More

Vaccine a milestone in fight against malaria

New vaccine for young children hailed as “an important step in the elimination of malaria-related illness and death across the world,” says Bishop Tom Bickerton. Read More

The Rev. Randy Shrauner poses beside his motorcycle. He will join friend the Rev. Dennis Miiler on a motorcycle trip to the Arctic Ocean to raise money for Imagine No Malaria. Photo by Dennis Miller, courtesy of Imagine No Malaria.

Arctic motorcycle ride benefits Imagine No Malaria

This August, two motorcycling circuit riders are headed across North America’s international border toward the Arctic Ocean to raise money for malaria charity and you can ‘follow along.’ Read More

Photo courtesy of the West Ohio Conference of The United Methodist Church

West Ohio meets Imagine No Malaria goal

“We are no strangers here in West Ohio to miraculous, mission-focused giving.” At Global Praise and Worship Service, conference reaches target of $3.5 million. Read More

Sunday School children helped raised funds, and awareness, at a North Ferrisburgh church. Photo courtesy of The Vermont Eagle online.

Kids help raise funds for ‘skeeter nets’

Children at a Vermont church raised $531 by encouraging church members to pitch their change into coffee cans – with a little help from a large mosquito. Read More

The Rev. Jennifer Long talks about having malaria during her pregnancy. Image from video courtesy of Rev. Long.

Mother learns about malaria first-hand while pregnant

When Rev. Jennifer Long delivered a healthy baby after being diagnosed with malaria, the Imagine No Malaria field coordinator was forever changed. “I had to do something.” Read More

Bishop Thomas Bickerton and the Rev. Gary Henderson (right) present Dr. Mark Dybul, executive director of the Global Fund, with a gift for $9.6 million, a donation from Imagine No Malaria, an initiative of the people of The United Methodist Church to eliminate malaria deaths. Photo by Jay Mallin, UMNS

United Methodist Church contributes $9.6 million to Global Fund

The denomination’s Imagine No Malaria donation is the largest ever made to the Global Fund by a faith-based organization. Read More

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