The Men’s Affiliate of the World Methodist Council continues to spotlight Methodists in action against world hunger. “Sometimes the things we do as Wesleyans are for people in our own neighborhoods and other times we are answering a call to help those in a faraway places,” says WesleyMen Communications Director, Andy Morris, “Either way our actions make a statement that hunger is unacceptable. The suffering of another human being is intolerable when there is more than enough food on this earth.” This month in the WesleyMen.org spotlight series The Movement we learn about a United Methodist Church in North Carolina (USA) that asked, “what difference can we make?” and found the answer in Kampala, Uganda.
Have you or your church answered that same call to feed the hungry? The WesleyMen communications team is actively searching for stories to share. No matter how large or small any service aimed at fighting malnutrition or hunger we would love to hear about it. Send information or make a connection with Andy Morris – WesleyMen Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org
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