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Plans turn to action February 24

St. Louis skyline

Delegates prepare. Bloggers write. Panels discuss. Congregations pray. All leading up to the 2019 General Conference now ten days away.

Liberia’s UMW turn love into action

Liberian United Methodist Women demonstrate against violence to women.

The United Methodist Women in Liberia staged a peaceful demonstration against the growing wave of violence against women and girls. 

Agriculture a ‘game-changer’ in Africa

Missionary Paul Webster attends Agriculture Summit in Africa.

UMC bishops in Africa pledged to transform agriculture from subsistence farming to commercial ventures that can financially support the church. 

The year 2018 in news photos

Young boys walk arm-in-arm on street of Brazil in this photo by Mike DuBose

Worth one thousand words. United Methodist photographers capture the faith of missionaries, pastors and everyday disciples in this photo review.

Celebrating the life of Judy Craig

Bishop Sharon Z. Rader speaks at the Memorial Service for Bishop Judith Craig.

A Memorial Service for Bishop Judith Craig was held in Columbus, Ohio on February 2, 2019. Craig served The Michigan Area from 1984 through 1992.

Water for Life digs wells in Guinea

Children pump water in Guinea

  Water for Life, a project of The UMC in Liberia, has plans to build at least five water wells in Guinea.

Religious make-up of 116th Congress

U.S. Capitol Building

  Faith informs governance. This listing of Congressional religious affiliation shows that the 116th Congress is slightly more diverse.

A pastoral letter from NCJ bishops

The bishops who serve the North Central Jurisdiction

Bishop David A. Bard, President of the North Central College of Bishops, shares a pastoral letter regarding the special called session of the General Conference in St. Louis, February 23-26.

Government workers turn to church

United Methodists protest government shutdown January 17, 2019

Churches report they are setting aside money or storing up food to help victims of the partial federal government shutdown. 

What UMC budget cuts mean for ministry

Offering plate

UMC general agencies are looking at what a planned budget cut of more than 20% will mean for their work, their staff and the people they serve.