Global Ministries

The United Methodist Church

Connecting the Church in Mission

  • Implementing class meetings in Central America - Missionary Osias Segura and staff member Edgar Avitia consider how to “rescue Wesley for Methodists in Central America.” They reveal how an old Wesley concept, “class meetings,” is renewing the love for holiness and desire for communion in Honduras and Nicaragua.
  • Long Arc Bending: Advocacy for Racial Justice in the Methodist Mission - Professor Daniel Shin looks at the legacy of social advocacy and racial justice in Methodist mission history.
  • Methodist Indigenous Leaders - The annuls of Methodist mission history contain many stories of missionaries sent out, within and outside the United States. Yet, they would have accomplished little without the indigenous leaders whom God prepared to accept the gospel to share with their communities. Here is a glimpse of a few of these untold stories.
  • Reimaging church for discipleship from the margins - Dr. L. Wesley de Souza offers a vision for evangelism and church growth in a changing global landscape.