Sonya Luna reflects on her time working for the Michigan Conference and thanks God for the many wonderful connections that have sustained her.
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.
At the Mujila Falls Agricultural Center in Zambia, there is a critical relationship between the food that is grown and raised and the mission work done in the community.
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.
US-2 Shiree Fetterly moved from Michigan to Florida to serve God’s people. She says, “God is shaping me, getting me ready for the next step, and this adventure is such… Continue Reading US-2 listens like a shepherd
The Michigan Conference is in covenant with missionaries around the globe. Chin Cho left New Jersey in 2015 to serve at the Mongolia United Methodist Mission Initiative. Learn how Christian… Continue Reading Meet our missionary in Mongolia
Yeo Jin Yun is a US-2 serving in Detroit since August 2019. She believed she was “doing a great job juggling the diﬀerent elements of pandemic living.” Then she hit… Continue Reading Juggling life in a pandemic
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.
He heard a call to become a missionary during a prayer session in seminary. Nkemba and Mbwizu Ndjungu have since served the Lord in Africa and Central America.
The General Board of Global Ministries says goodbye to their leader Thomas Kemper. His mantra for United Methodist mission was “From Everywhere to Everywhere.”