The Imagine No Malaria program equips rural health center staff with training to identify malaria immediately.
Pastors and lay leaders of the United Methodist Vietnam Mission Initiative affirm connectional linkages and move confidently into the future.
Thomas Kemper welcomes the United Nations’ Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration adopted by 164 counties at a conference in Marrakech, Morocco.
Throughout the 2018 Mission Ambassadors Summit, participants felt a spirit of kinship and connection that renewed their energy for mission and ministry at all levels of The United Methodist Church.
United Methodist-related Mary Johnston Hospital in the Philippines seeks to empower communities and congregations to understand the facts and strategies for treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS.
Global Ministries is excited to host more than 175 lay and clergy volunteers and staff from across the U.S on December 3-5. Read more about this upcoming three-day gathering of mission leaders.
Global Ministries commends the efforts of Rev. Ismael Ruiz-Millán to stop the arrest of Samuel Oliver-Bruno, an immigrant applying to remain in the U.S. to tend to his sick wife.
110 missionaries and 272 projects were supported with gifts from 11 countries.
General secretary Thomas Kemper reflects on the outcomes of the Roundtable for Peace, including the writing of an Atlanta Statement.
Methodists and ecumenical partners meeting in Atlanta concluded the Roundtable for Peace on the Korean Peninsula by issuing an Atlanta Statement supporting a formal peace treaty ending the Korean War and complete denuclearization.