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Evangelism and Church Growth

Global Ministries works to share the good news of God’s love by planting new churches and helping existing ones to grow. New or renewed mission initiatives in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America have planted over 1,000 new faith communities. Programs like the annual School of Congregational Development, implemented in partnership with Discipleship Ministries, offers training for new congregations and established churches that seek to create new places for new people. Additional programs support racial/ethnic churches with initiatives that are geared specifically for their unique needs.

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The Impact of Evangelism and Church Growth

New growth from common ground: mission roundtables

Crossing boundaries of identity, theology and worldview, this global program creates a sacred space to discover new ways of being the church in the world. Together.

Moving forward as one: United Methodists in Burundi

Two years after announcing their intention to reconcile, United Methodists in Burundi prepare the way for growth, mission and service in a reunited church.

In Focus: The Breadth and Impact of Mission

For the month of May, follow along as we highlight the breadth and impact of Global Ministries work around the world. Judy Chung, executive director of Missionary Services, begins by sharing how the b ...

The breadth of mission

Dr. David Scott, director of Mission Theology for Global Ministries, delves into some of the riches of the bicentennial website.

May all who follow find us faithful

Missionary kids sometimes become missionaries themselves, making mission service a family journey that spans generations. Dr. Les and Debbie Dornon tell their family’s story

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