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Mission Studies

Poverty: The Call: The Roma

Each year, United Methodist Women members prepare for faithful living and action by studying mission studies. Mission studies are offered each year - a geographical, topical, and spiritual growth study. These studies motivate, inform, and enrich our commitment to global ministry. 

Members take one of the three mission studies through the organization's Schools of Christian Mission program offered around the country. 

2014 Mission Studies

2013 Mission Studies

2012 Mission Studies

Past Mission Studies

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Paul’s Letters to the Corinthians

Join us in a study of Conflict and Community in the Corinthian Church. Listen for the Good News of God's love in Jesus Christ as we seek to grow in "faith, hope, and love."
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Children of Africa

This study gives an in-depth look at the causes of such desolation in the lives of many African children as well as the opportunity to see the response of The United Methodist Church as it endeavors to save children from cruelty, injustice, disease and death. Through the efforts of United Methodists in Africa and the United States, there is hope for children and their families.
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God’s People in an Urban Culture

The massive move of people to the city and its environs has created many new issues for faithful people. This study explores the impact of urban culture on our society, the challenges of urban mission and The United Methodist Church's response to these issues.
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The Bible: The Book that Bridges the Millennia (Part II)

Part II of the study, Authority & Interpretation, begins with Jesus, journeying through time to the present. The Bible is authoritative for Christian faith and practice, allowing us a stronger sense of identity, strength and hope by learning about our spiritual heritage.
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The Bible: The Book that Bridges the Millennia (Part I)

Part I, Origins & Formation, describe how the Bible was first composed and came to be the book we know today.
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