WME Regional Secretary Honored by National Religious Broadcasters

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onuohaWorld Methodist Evangelism West Africa Regional Secretary Bishop Sunday Onuoha was honored at the 2016 National Religious Broadcasters Media Awards for his work with Vision Africa Radio in Nigeria. The recipient of the International Individual Achievement Award, Onuoha was recognized at the ceremony which marks the year’s most outstanding ministries, facilities, and programs/producers. The NRB Media Awards program “is designed to encourage excellence in production, service to the community, faithfulness to the mission, commitment to the Gospel, and personal integrity.”

Bishop Onuoha survived a childhood of Nigerian civil war to earn a doctorate from Southern Methodist University,
becoming a Bishop in the Nigerian Methodist church. He is the founder and president of Vision Africa, which focuses on bringing networks of faith communities to share God’s love and empowering the grassroots, which helps build Nigeria’s indigenous capacity to solve problems and cure society’s ills from the inside out.nrb awards

Bishop Onuoha is also the executive director of the Nigerian Interfaith Action Association. In 2013, he received the Global Peace Interfaith Leadership Award from the Global Peace Foundation.

Learn more at www.visionafrica.org.

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Kimberly Reisman is an author, pastor, teacher and theologian serving as Executive Director of World Methodist Evangelism of the World Methodist Council. Prior to beginning at WME, Kim served in local churches, as Executive Director of Next Step Evangelism and General Editor for WesleyanAccent.com. She is a frequent speaker, focusing on evangelism, spiritual formation, women's ministries, leadership development and the intersection between faith and culture. Kim is an elder in the United Methodist Church and has written numerous books, most recently, The Christ-Centered Woman: Finding Balance in a World of Extremes (2013, Abingdon Press). Kim is also an Adjunct Professor at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, and The School of Theology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington.

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