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Missionaries

From everywhere to everywhere, United Methodist missionaries come from many nations and backgrounds and witness and serve in dramatically different locales and cultures. They serve in more than 60 countries around the world in a range of activities and professions including pastors, educators, congregational and leadership developers, agriculturalists, health coordinators and doctors.

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Missionaries in Myanmar - Credit: Paul Jeffrey

 

 

The Impact of Missionaries

A harvest of knowledge

This season of Lent opens doors for us to change into the person that God wants us to be. Step up and do your part. Christ will soon offer his life to us. Be the first to offer your life to God.

Lessons from missionaries on staying connected

As people of faith get used to new routines in response to the coronavirus pandemic, we can look to missionaries as a source for inspiration. Missionaries navigate social and professional disorientation and learn how to stay connected – connected to God, connected to their support networks and conne ...

Walking through the Light

A Lenten devotion on how the coronavirus crisis is illuminating deeply rooted injustices by Global Mission Fellow Yoshi Kuramoto.

What resonates with me

Mae Anne Lee N. Biasbas, a Global Mission Fellow from the Philippines, considers her service with the Christian Council in Zambia, how it has changed her and what she will remember and cherish as she finishes her term of service.

A pastors’ retreat on the theme of violence

Ardell Graner, a missionary serving in the Dominican Republic, offers a practical exercise that helped a group of pastors focus on families and individuals affected by domestic violence in their communities.

Cameroon and Senegal mission initiatives confirmed as districts of Côte d’Ivoire Episcopal Area

Two days of discussions centered on the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding formalizes the transition of Cameroon and Senegal to the leadership of the Cote d’Ivoire Episcopal Area.