A New Years Greetings from Uganda and Malawi

Dearest Friends, The year has been long and challenging, But thanks to GOD 2011 is now history. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thanks so much for walking along our side. May the Good Lord keep us united on our Journey towards the common good. I wish you PEACE LOVE and JOY in 2012 Yrs in Christ Fr. Paul Bigirwa St George Hope Health Centre Western Uganda http://bigirwa.weebly.com/ HELLO CHILDREN OF GOD,THIS IS A SPECIAL YEAR “TO PRAY”

Christmas Update on Hope Scholarship House from Rev. Copeland Nkhata

Dr. Christensen and Rev. Nkhata ‘break ground” for new Hope House in 2011 Greetings to you!  I hope God is keeping you safely during this holy week of Christmas. These photos show how much progress we have made in constructing the HOPE SCHOLARSHIP HOUSE to make our dream sustainable in empowering many souls that God has placed in our care.   The ring beam is next and then the roofing in January.  The house should be

WorldHope Corps Projects in Western Uganda

Members of SARS with Fr. Paul and Br. Julius We raised the roof of the St. George Hope Health Center in 2009.  Now lets equip the buildings, ensure clean water and sanitation, and empower young women for self-reliance.  During the first ten days of June last summer I had the rich of experience of meeting Br. Julius Kasaija with the Sustainable Action for Rural Sector (SARS)–a Shalom-style community development work near Hoima, Uganda.  WorldHope Corps had

Occupy Church on Wall Street

Occupy Advent ‘congregation’ at Zuccotti Park United Methodist Bishops, clergy, members, Ministers of Shalom, Drew faculty and students, and other people of strong faith and good will…”Occupied Church” on the Second Sunday of Advent, December 4, 2011. Occupy Advent article Here are some of the video clips and news stories about OccupyFaith weekly services at Zuccotti Park and United Methodist support of the Occupy Movement for separation of Corporations and State, exposure of systemic greed,

Time to Occupy Shalom

Rev. Eric Jackson Introduces Clergy Occupiers Occupy Advent on Wall Street on Sunday was good for Communities of Shalom, good for Drew University, and good for United Methodists. I think it also was a powerful and prophetic witness to those who did not expect the Church to occupy Zuccotti Park for prayer and protest, for Christians clergy to call for a separation of Corporation and State, or for Jesus to be identified so closely with