“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.
Churches in Michigan support the ministry of missionary Pierre Manya. He will be in the state to talk about his new medical ministry July 23-29.
UM Global Health initiated a Health Systems Strengthening program to improve quality of services at mission hospitals including Ganta Hospital.
What appointment could ever be better for any United Methodist than Paradise? Church and Community Worker Randy Hildebrant is serving the Lord in Northern Michigan at God’s Country Cooperative Parish.
God had a 60-year plan of faithful missionary service for a boy named Ivan – and for his son, Les.
Directors of the Board of Global Ministries express pain over the divide that has occurred since the special General Conference.