For years The Michigan Conference supported missionary Paul Webster in his work at Mujila Falls in Zambia. Today Temba Nkomozepi leads the agricultural and rural development in the community.
The US-2 track is accepting applications through November 30. If you are a young person, 20-30 years old, consider becoming a part of this program that has changed the world for 70 years.
The General Board of Global Ministries says goodbye to their leader Thomas Kemper. His mantra for United Methodist mission was “From Everywhere to Everywhere.”
The spread of both COVID-19 nad Malaria is being mitigated around the world by Global Ministries’ Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene facilities.
Three young missionaries, US-2s, were commissioned this month. One leaves Michigan for service in Florida. One arrives in Kalamazoo from Florida. The third left Illinois and is now in Detroit. God bless them all!
“We cannot throw away 200 years of relationships and history,” Thomas Kemper says, of the UMC’s long legacy of care for God’s people around the world.
Imagine No Malaria continues to save lives in Africa. The health system in Liberia is grateful for $40,000 of supplies and meds to combat malaria.
Christian symbols take many forms. This cross, as old as the church, teaches faith is “an anchor for the soul.”
There have been 10 Global Mission Fellows, young adult missionaries, serving in Michigan since 2010. On August 25th three more young people arrive to serve in Detroit and Kalamazoo.
The Michigan Conference Haiti Covenant Partners and the Treasurer’s Office asks that church’s discontinue gifts to the Haiti Hot Lunch as the program no longer functions in Haiti.