Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe, General Secretary of Church and Society and Thomas Kemper, General Secretary of Global Ministries respond to President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The United Methodist Church and its partners are celebrating 200 years of Methodist mission. The United Methodist Board of Global Ministries launched a bicentennial website on Sept. 1. The agency is inviting churches and annual conferences to share their own mission stories.
Young adults, ages 20 – 30, can now apply to become part of the next class in the two-year Global Mission Fellows program, a denominational initiative administered through the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries. The application deadline is Jan. 21.
“The Spirit is always moving to sweep the Church into a new mission age. With openness and gratitude we await the leading of the Spirit in ways not yet seen.…” — Global Ministries Mission Theology Statement Thomas Kemper, General Secretary at the General Board of Global Ministries, led the conference in a conversation about Generous Missions,… Continue Reading→
Meet Thomas Kemper, the General Secretary of the General Board of Global Ministries. He will lead us through the topic “Generosity in Mission” on Saturday morning and will also lead the breakout session, “From Everywhere to Everywhere: Connected in Mission.” Other items about this year’s Annual Conference, including a timeline for schedule highlights, can be… Continue Reading→
In this video, Bishop Ward speaks about The Advance Icon Project from the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM), #GivingTuesday and Imagine No Malaria.
Bishop Ward introduces the new configuration for United Methodist missions in the world and about the new location for the General Board of Global Ministries in Atlanta.