Mission Relationships analyses the context in which the church is called to mission and builds covenant relationships and mission partnerships to implement the goals of mission. In its evaluative work, it takes account of such factors as culture, religion, history, politics, economics, environment and demographics. It develops Christian ecumenical relations and explores dialogue with people of other faiths.
News and Features
10/28/08: How can congregations grow in the face of discrimination and extreme poverty?
5/1/08: General Conference calls for an immediate stop to killings and all forms of human rights violations.
A fax to House and the Senate members asks that no US military aid be used in ways that violate human rights.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato Puno is a United Methodist and a powerful voice for human rights.
The Rev. Isaias Sta. Rosa was abducted from his home and killed by masked gunmen in August 2006. More than 800 people have been killed since 2001.
Local products spell out hope for people living on the economic fringes in the Philippines.
The event included a commissioning service challenging participants to develop education and prevention ministries.