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Sweet hours of prayer start GC2019

Eurasian choir sings on February 23 Day of Prayer

Trust in the Holy Spirit was at the heart of the delegates’ experience at the start of the 2019 special session of the 2019 General Conference in St. Louis.

Praying in tongues and staying calm

Michigan delegates at prayer during Feb. 23 session.

February 23rd, the day before the official opening of the 2019 General Conference was dedicated to praying a way forward, a spiritual initiative that began months ago.

God can do anything

Youth running a lemonade stand

Starting at age 6, Molly McNamara and her friend ran a lemonade stand that raised $100,000 for Imagine No Malaria.

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. 

UMs assert dignity of all God’s people

Voices in Texas, Norway, Liberia and elsewhere express shock over remarks from Oval Office.

Saving lives in DR Congo

  Dr. Pierre Manya, a missionary supported by the Detroit Conference, reports on his ministry to improve family health in DR Congo. Dr. Pierre Manya Missionary, Bd of Global Ministries As a missionary doctor who coordinates health and medical services for the Central Congo Episcopal Area, I am happy to share news of our exciting… Continue Reading Saving lives in DR Congo

Vital conversation on women’s health

The General Commission on Race and Religion of The United Methodist Church (GCORR) presents Vital Conversations 2.

Ebola back in Sierra Leone

PHILEAS JUSU United Methodist News Service Shock,  apprehension and confusion gripped the city of Magburaka in northern Sierra Leone when a 22-year-old resident’s positive Ebola test result was made public nearly three days after she died and was given normal burial, including washing of the corpse. The news came less than 24 hours after the… Continue Reading Ebola back in Sierra Leone

African bishops speak out

HEATHER HAHN United Methodist News Service African bishops called on The United Methodist Church to confront global terrorism and hold the line on church teachings regarding human sexuality.

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