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Learn more about the missionaries of The United Methodist Church and the missionary services offered by the General Board of Global Ministries.

 

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Fuxia Wang may be the first United Methodist Missionary from ChinaMissionary in Oklahoma May Be United Methodist First from China

by Elliott Wright
9/14/10: The cutting-edge mission and ministry of the Rev. Fuxia Wang is full of passion, mercy, and justice.

 

Digital camera; viewfinderMissionary Photos

Stony Point Missionary Conference: Portraits, groups, and candid shots
Commissioning Service: Tuesday, October 13

 

 

Missionary VideoMissionary Commissioning Video

Thousands watched the first-ever live webcast of United Methodist missionaries being commissioned on October 13. It is also available to download for viewing offline.

 

The Anchor Cross is the traditional symbol of missionaries.Two New Missionary Couples

by Linda Bloom
10/14/09: Shannon and David Goran serve in L’viv, Ukraine. Gary and Cindy Moon are headed to Chonburi Province, Thailand.

 

Church and Community WorkersChurch and Community Workers:
125 Years of Mission and Counting

by Elliott Wright
10/1/09: A year-long celebration will honor this missionary movement that serves the poor and marginalized in the US.

 

Celebrating The Bee Hive ProjectThe Bee Hive Project

Hallelujah Moment from Palestine
Through this partnership, families in Wadi Foquin have income and a California church learns to advocate for peace with justice.
PDF: Portable Document FileDownload the Bulletin Insert (PDF, 219 K)

 

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Hallelujah Moment from Chile
Awareness of God's love fills holes in the lives of young people. 
PDF: Portable Document FileDownload the Bulletin Insert (PDF, 36 K)

 

Deborah ArchieFacing the Facts: Death as a US Social Disease

by Deborah Archie
8/20/09: 18,000 people in the US die unnecessarily from preventable disease. Our health-care system itself is broken.

 

Union with the Congo; Bottles of water raise funds for a well in Kamina.Pour Another Bucket of Water on the Altar!

Hallelujah Moment from Congo
Looking beyond their own needs, a small town congregation watches a miracle take shape.
PDF: Portable Document FileDownload the PDF Bulletin Insert Now (87K)
 

CovenantCall Issued for More Covenant Relationships Between Congregations and Missionaries

by Elliott Wright
2/27/2009: "Missionaries feel they are in mission with local churches rather than for churches," says the Rev. Lynn DeMoss
 

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