The election of a senior staff member for a newly created Mission Engagement Unit and formal approval of a change in state corporate registration were among the administrative decisions made.
Church and Community Worker Richard Boone guides readers through the process of transformation in a prison inmate’s life.
Guided by Native American leadership, including members of the Global Ministries’ board of directors, a newly formed committee for Native American concerns convened this week in Atlanta.
Guided by Native American leadership, including members of the Global Ministries’ board of directors, a newly formed implementation committee for Native American concerns convened this week in Atlanta.
Helen Roberts-Evans, a missionary working with education ministries in Liberia, explains how stepping back and retooling yields new avenues for following God’s call in missionary service.
Directors of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries paid tribute on October 12 to Maribeth Wilson Collins.
Small grants totaling $868,170 will allow The United Methodist Church and its mission partners in 52 countries outside of the United States to supplement mission personnel needs next year.
Global Ministries’ general secretary considers the rewards and challenges of commissioning and deploying a diverse, multinational missionary community.
The power to save the world resides not in politics or military might, but in the love of God represented by the cross of Jesus Christ.
Seven Global Missionaries began their journeys of service in mission following their commissioning on October 12, 2017.