Ministry partner HAPI launches “Heart2Heart,” a new initiative created to address women’s heart disease in rural parts of Haiti through basic training, education, awareness, and treatment.
Following record flooding in eastern Kentucky, Red Bird Mission has made a commitment to their neighbors in need by building trusted relationships with community members and helping them navigate recovery.
Twenty children in Melvindale, near Detroit, participate in a summer outreach program called Sugar Crash, hosted by Centro Familiar Cristiano United Methodist Church.
Three EngageMI missionaries will be featured this summer in the General Board of Global Ministry’s #StillInMission series, a monthly Zoom event where missionaries share their call to mission and highlight… Continue Reading Missionaries to tell their stories
There are familiar projects and some new ministry partners in the EngageMI 2022-2023 books to be introduced at Annual Conference and mailed to churches soon.
Any ministry, new or renewing, that wishes to be included in the partner listing of EngageMI 2022 should submit its application to the Conference Board of Global Ministries before February… Continue Reading EngageMI ministry application due
Michigan churches are in ministry with partners in their neighborhoods and around the world. Were you an EngageMI congregation in 2021? Reports are due January 10, 2022.
Tim Kobler and James Magee talk about a new year of campus ministry at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. Two of eight Wesley ministries across the state.
Haitian Assets for Peace International, HAPI, is located in Mizak. As Internally Displaced Persons flee to Mizak, it is feeling the strain of becoming a resettlement community.
The Michigan Board of Global Ministries expresses deep gratitude to 50 Michigan congregations recognized as EngageMI Churches in 2020. Their mission giving met their neighbors’ needs.