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Three weeks of record-setting rains and subsequent flooding have prompted the Paraguayan government to declare a 90-day emergency; impoverished indigenous communities are among the most severely affected.  Photo: CWS

Paraguay flooding destroys livelihoods of the poorest
Along the bursting banks of the Pilcomayo River, more than 5,000 indigenous families have lost crops and livestock essential to their very survival. See how to help.

CWS CEO McCullough “an amazing advocate for ecumenism”
“God calls us to seek … moments of wise agreement on the very complex and difficult issues that confront our humanity and our faith,” said the Rev. John L. McCullough after receiving the United Methodist Church’s Council of Bishops Ecumenical Award.

Ending hunger one step at a time
CROP Hunger Walk volunteer Evelyn Horigan, and Ross, a homeless musician, describe how the Glendale/Foothill area CROP Hunger Walk is helping hungry people in Tujunga, California.


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