The partnership between the Michigan and Liberia conferences will be celebrated at the 2022 Annual Conference. Jon Reynolds provides an update on how our dollars make a difference in Liberia.
The Rev. Francis Burns was the first Black bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Elected in 1858, he served as a missionary bishop in Liberia.
Special report by Dr. Muriel Nelson, chair of COVID Emergency Response for the Liberia Conference. Deaths, so far, are low. She and the committee hope to keep it that way.
The focus on young people is a major part of the Liberia Conference’s strategic plan for the next five years. Youth are excited about the future.
The Rev. Jon Reynolds explains how Michigan Conference support of ministries in the Liberia Conference makes a difference for Jesus Christ.
Liberians living in the U.S. fear deportation, but the UMC in Liberia is preparing to welcome its brothers and sisters back home.
Nine volunteers from The Michigan Conference have just returned home from Liberia. They visited five mission sites, dedicated a well honoring Billie Rench, and renewed relationships with covenant partners.
The Michigan Conference embraces a covenant with Liberia that began with the Detroit Conference in 1999.
Gbarnga Mission is growing swamp rice that will supply most area farmers with seed for the next crop.
Bishop John Innis has retired and Bishop Arthur Kulah is standing in as Liberia’s episcopal Leader through 2016.