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Registration opens for Imagine What’s NEXT 2014
For college students, looking into the future can seem daunting or overwhelming. But what would happen if 600 Methodist college students gathered to listen to God’s call on their lives and to discern where God beckons them?
Have you read the latest issue of Wellsprings?
The 2014 Wellsprings Journal for United Methodist Clergywomen features essays from HiRho Park and Kim Cape of GBHEM, Bishop Sandra L. Steiner Ball, and many more. Essays explore empowerment and diversity among women in The United Methodist Church.
Seminarian debt proposals include financial literacy, education path to ministry
Proposals to address seminarian debt include making sure seminary students understand the debt they are taking on, whether the master of divinity should be the normal path to ministry, and how more money could be raised in the denomination to alleviate seminarian debt.
Courtney Aldrich—UM Scholarships and Project Transformation
Courtney Aldrich, founder of Project Transformation Tennessee, talks about how her UM scholarship showed her that her church “had her back.” Listen to her story about how the support of her church was a factor in her desire to found Project Transformation Tennessee, a literacy and wellness program for underserved children. The program also gives college students a chance to explore how God is calling them.
United Methodists doing amazing work in Zimbabwe
United Methodists doing amazing work in Zimbabwe
Schools, pastoral counseling, hospitals, and children’s homes are all part of the outreach United Methodists are doing in Zimbabwe – work that took center stage during two days of the visit to Africa University by staff and directors of the UM Board of Higher Education and Ministry.
Six JTOM scholars will graduate seminary in 2014
Six scholars involved in a scholarship and mentoring program for racial-ethnic students seeking ordination as deacons or elders will complete their M.Div. degrees this year, bringing the total number of graduates to 25 since the program began in 2004. Five more will complete their degree in 2015.
Registration opens for Imagine What’s NEXT 2014
Have you read the latest issue of Wellsprings?
Seminarian debt proposals include financial literacy, education path to ministry
Courtney Aldrich—UM Scholarships and Project Transformation
United Methodists doing amazing work in Zimbabwe
Six JTOM scholars will graduate seminary in 2014
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Supporting the Connection

Whether your church has 50 members or 5,000, United Methodists can change the world. Learn how you can support Africa University, the Black College Fund, the Ministerial Education Fund, and UM student scholarships.

United Methodist News Service Feed

Topics for top court include marriage equality, benefits coverage for same-gender spouses and ruling on lesbian clergy candidate.
Tshala Mwengo’s connections with Africa University and the denomination’s mission agency helped expand his mission in Congo, Zambia and beyond.

Candidacy

Candidates for ordination or licensing, candidacy mentors, and district superintendents can access the Online Candidacy Application System here.