After weeks of orientation and intense preparation, 18 new young adult missionaries will join the 45 commissioned earlier, in forming the 2017-2019 class of The United Methodist Global Mission Fellows.
As an international agency, the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries, which I lead, seldom makes statements about events in the United States.
More than 540 United Methodist pastors and lay leaders gathered in the spirit of Holy Communion August 17–21 to explore ways to start and grow new congregations and vitalize existing ones.
A just and lasting peace in Korea and the reunification of South and North are long-standing priorities for The United Methodist Church and Global Ministries.
Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson of the North Georgia Annual Conference presided over the commissioning of 45 new young adult missionaries on August 2, 2017.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of World Breastfeeding Week. The Global Health Unit of Global Ministries stands with WABA to advocate for breastfeeding and breastfeeding-friendly environments.
When Hula-Hoops Equal United Methodist Abundant Health
The General Board of Global Ministries announced Nyamah E. Dunbar as the new West Africa liaison officer for the mission work of The United Methodist Church through Global Ministries agency.
A total of 64 individuals were selected to become United Methodist young adult missionaries. Forty-five of these young people will serve in 27 countries and will be commissioned on August 2 in a celebration in Atlanta, Georgia. Another 19 will be commi…
Forty-Five Global Mission Fellows to be Commissioned in Atlanta