Missionary Joy Eva Bohol advocates for increased voice and vote in church and society for youth and young adults around the world, and particularly for Indigenous youth who walk a fine line between cultural traditions and professional aspirations.
Reinvestment, a key component and goal in Yambasu Agriculture Initiative projects, is yielding fruits leading to growth and expansion across Africa.
Clanton Chapel in Dulac, Louisiana, leveraged a Global Ministries’ grant made possible by offerings received on Native American Ministries Sunday. Sunday April 23, 2023, is an opportunity for the wider United Methodist Church to accompany Native American communities in the United States as they strengthen their faith and reach out to their local neighborhoods in mission ministry.
On this Good Friday, traditionally a day of mourning and deep reflection, missionaries Francine Ilunga Mpanga Mufuk and the Rev. Dr. Jean Claude Masuka Maleka offer the good news of growth and church development in response to Christ’s great love and sacrifice.
Dr. Leonardo Garcia, a missionary doctor serving in Angola, shares a reflection this Maundy Thursday on humility, gratefulness and the sheer wonder in God’s healing power. Despite his medical knowledge, Leo encounters many medical mysteries and acknowledges the miracles he sees in his daily work.
Yambasu Agriculture Initiative farmers who recently trained with the YAI program in Porto Novo, Benin, realize tremendous change and results in their farming skills upon returning home.
A Global Health partnership with Engineers in Action supplies rural Indigenous Methodist churches in Bolivia with restrooms and handwashing stations. In Ecuador, a new water source for nine communities nears completion
Caring for refugees from Ukraine who crossed into neighboring countries is the latest chapter of an UMCOR-CWS partnership that began in the mid-1940s.
Patrick Booth, a global missionary in Cambodia, gives an update on the ARK (Advancing Resilient Khmer) project in Phnom Penh.
An Ash Wednesday reflection from missionary Lisa Nichols, a Church and Community Worker and executive director of the Jubilee Project in Hancock County, Tennessee.