Reconciling relationships with nature

October 2020 | ATLANTA

Rev. Tyler Sit, a Global Ministries EarthKeeper, shares the importance of connecting with the Earth and how leading a program that provides nature-based therapy in support of people of color is impacting his community.

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Grants to help at-risk children in Louisville

Two grants awarded by Global Ministries will allow four United Methodist churches in Louisville to provide food, education assistance and psychological counseling to at-risk children.

Burundi UMC celebrates milestones in reconciliation process

Two years into its formal reconciliation process, the Burundi UMC celebrates two major milestones: formal training for pastors and a reconstructed hospital preparing to provide health care in Kayero, an area that had no hospital.

World Communion Scholar puts the “social” in social science

Cleber Lizardo de Assis uses his advanced degrees in psychology to serve marginalized groups in his community.