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Wesley Choral Festival Invites Choral Singers and Choirs For Event To Benefit Imagine No Malaria

Save the date for the 2015 Wesley Choral Festival when choirs and individual choral singers are invited to participate in a four-day event May 21-24 in Washington, D.C., that culminates with a gala concert to benefit Imagine No Malaria. Read More

Katie Howard, right, holds Lois two days before she became seriously ill with malaria. Photo by Crystal Caviness, United Methodist Communications.

Face to face with malaria

For Crystal Caviness, a meeting with a two-year-old cast deadly disease in a new light. ‘In a moment, life got real, because malaria became real.’ Read More

On Giving Tuesday, Imagine No Malaria

Imagine No Malaria has set a goal of raising $250,000 in support on Giving Tuesday, December 2, 2014 to help save children in Africa from a preventable disease. Read More

Screen grab from the video, 'Imagine.' Courtesy of Imagine No Malaria.

Help make history by ‘imagining’ a world without malaria

Your donations to Imagine No Malaria are saving lives and bringing hope. Learn how this church organization is making a difference. Read More

The United Methodist Church has helped save millions of lives in the fight against malaria, says Dr. Christoph Benn, director of external relations for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Benn spoke Nov. 4 to the United Methodist Council of Bishops in Oklahoma City. Photo by Tim Tanton, United Methodist Communications

Health expert: United Methodists saving millions

Dr. Christoph Benn of Global Fund praised the denomination’s Imagine No Malaria initiative, which has raised more than $64 million in pledges and gifts. Read More

Imagine No Malaria Resources

Find resources — from promotional materials to discussion guides to a display kit — to educate and energize your congregation around the church's campaign to eradicate malaria. Read More

The Rev. Jennifer Long poses with her 9-year-old son, Jacob. Both battled malaria together in 2005 when Jennifer was pregnant.

'Pregnant with malaria': Mother experiences need for Imagine No Malaria

Jennifer Long couldn't quit thinking about the thousands of mothers whose babies were dying of malaria "simply because they lived on the other side of the ocean.” Read More

The Rev. Faith Weedling on a platform on top of Brosville United Methodist Church to raise funds for Imagine No Malaria. Photo by Neill Caldwell, Virginia Conference of The United Methodist Church.

Faith on the roof raises funds for malaria fight

The Rev. Faith Weedling promised to spend one hour on the roof for every $100 her church raised for Imagine No Malaria. ‘Hoot owl; 3:30 a.m.’ Read More

The Rev. Larry Hollon in ministry. File photo by Lynne Dobson.

Church’s top communications exec to retire next year

The Rev. Larry Hollon helped lead The United Methodist Church into digital communications on a variety of fronts. Read More

Digba Massaquoi waits with her 5-year-old son, Lahai, who is ill, at the health clinic in Benduma, outside Bo, Sierra Leone. Beside her on the bench are insecticide-treated mosquito nets provided by the United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria initiative as part of an integrated health campaign during Sierra Leone's national Maternal and Child Health Week. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

Fighting malaria means fighting Ebola

Support for Imagine No Malaria has strengthened hospitals and health systems, helping them respond during Ebola crisis. Read More

A Sierra Leonian volunteer with the Imagine No Malaria campaign checks on an insecticide treated mosquito net.

View from the Field: Conferences Imagine No Malaria

"I drove home from work the other day, 42 the amount of time I drove home, 42 children died." Hear what motivates those who fight malaria. View

Alaia Williams put puts quarter in the tube for Imagine No Malaria campaign at Aley United Methodist Church in Seven Points, Texas. Photo by Richard Browne.

‘I Can Do’ can reflects Aleyan spirit

Tiny Texas congregation raises awareness, funds for Imagine No Malaria. Read More

The Iowa Annual Conference celebrates surpassing the $2 million mark in its Imagine No Malaria campaign. Photo by Arthur McClanahan, Iowa Conference.

United Methodists celebrate Imagine No Malaria milestones

Exceeding ambitious fundraising goals became a recurring theme at regional gatherings this summer. Read More

Fanta Josiah sits in front of the insecticide-treated mosquito net she received from the United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria campaign in 2010 at her home in Bumpe, near Bo, Sierra Leone. The insecticide in nearing the end of its useful life and several villages in the Bo district will receive new nets from the campaign in the first planned redistribution to replace the nets given in 2010. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Strong support drives Alabama-West Florida toward Imagine No Malaria goal

The annual conference celebrates a record offering and approaches 60 percent of its $1 million goal. Read More

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