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Cardiac care now at the heart of HAPI’s vision

Patient receiving a wellness check

STEP FOUR: Valerie Mossman-Celestin just returned from her first trip to Haiti in five years. It was a time to reconnect with the community, reassure the staff, and recreate the ministry. Continue Reading Cardiac care now at the heart of HAPI’s vision

Agriculture Mission in Zambia is two-way street

Paul Webster introducing Temba Nkomozepi

STEP FIVE: United Methodist missionary Temba Nkomozepi recently sat down with Rev. Alex Plum to talk about the work at Mujila Falls in Zambia and how he views mission as bidirectional. Continue Reading Agriculture Mission in Zambia is two-way street

Writing love letters on hearts of God’s people

family in Liberia

STEP 5: “Every encounter I have with another person, is an opportunity for Christ to work through me,” says Helen Roberts-Evans, an EngageMI ministry partner serving in Liberia. Continue Reading Writing love letters on hearts of God’s people

Mission is a two-way street

Paul Webster introducing Temba Nkomozepi

United Methodist missionary Temba Nkomozepi recently sat down with Rev. Alex Plum to talk about the work at Mujila Falls in Zambia and how he views mission as bidirectional.

Leaders explain mission is a two-way street

Paul Webster introducing Temba Nkomozepi

STEP 5: United Methodist missionary Temba Nkomozepi recently sat down with Rev. Alex Plum to talk about the work at Mujila Falls in Zambia and how he views mission as bidirectional. Continue Reading Leaders explain mission is a two-way street

Missionaries bring the world to Michigan

People holding cabbages

STEP FIVE: The Michigan Conference announces new ministry partners in Mozambique and Switzerland: Blair Moses Kamanga and Joy Eva Bohol. They serve as missionaries of The United Methodist Church. Continue Reading Missionaries bring the world to Michigan

At the heart of HAPI’s vision in Haiti

Patient receiving a wellness check

Valerie Mossman-Celestin just returned from her first trip to Haiti in five years. It was a time to reconnect with the community, reassure the staff, and recreate the ministry.

The world comes to Michigan

People holding cabbages

The Michigan Conference announces new ministry partners in Mozambique and Switzerland: Blair Moses Kamanga and Joy Eva Bohol.

Nepal missionaries visit and renew relationships

The Dornons are missionaries in Nepal

STEP FIVE: Dr. Lester and Debbie Dornon are the first missionaries to visit the Michigan Conference since the beginning of the pandemic. Seven churches welcomed these EngageMI Mission Partners from… Continue Reading Nepal missionaries visit and renew relationships

Serve disenfranchised communities as a CCW

Missionaries

Desire to work in communities to address deep-rooted issues and shine light on injustice with God’s love? Consider applying to be a Church and Community Worker.

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