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The Rev. Beauty Maenzanise (left), dean of the faculty of theology of Africa University, speaks with Clara Masiyazi, deputy registrar, during the 20th anniversary celebration of Africa University in 2013.

Preparing pastors to care for spirit, body and mind

African nations are seizing the opportunity to chart a new course for the continent. More than half of the 1.1 billion people living on the continent are under age 19. Many of... Read More

Bishop Bruce R. Ough, Bishop Warner H. Brown Jr., Bishop Michael J. Coyner

Making Disciples, Transforming the World for Christ – Together

We invite you to pay special attention to the ways in which these stories of local congregations, annual conferences and general church agencies live out our common mission through this... Read More

Since the Revs. Ut and Karen Vo-To became missionaries in 2002, the Vietnam Mission Initiative has grown to include more than 300 churches.

Mission Initiatives birth new faith communities

With the help of Mission Initiatives, a ministry of the General Board of Global Ministries, new faith communities are emerging throughout the world, including in countries where governments do not... Read More

Christian hip-hop artist to headline GO ON Tour

GO ON, a worship concert tour featuring Christian hip-hop artist Tedashii, will visit cities throughout the United States this fall. Read More

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Worship and other events provide settings for Hispanic/Latino United Methodists to celebrate their heritage and cultures and for others to learn more about them. Read More

Intergenerational Ministries - To spark your thinking

Intergenerational ministries is among the 2013-16 emphases of the United Methodist Committee on Older Adult Ministries. Read More

International Education: Gaining a Global Perspective

As The United Methodist Church lives into the reality of being a global church, the development of leaders for that church grows in importance each day. Read More

College Spotlight: Wiley College

In 1935, Professor Melvin Tolson led the primarily black Wiley College debate team to defeat the national champions from the University of Southern California. Read More

Reinhardt College: Connecting to form leaders

INFORM (Instituto de Formación para el Ministerio), a leadership and congregational development program centered in the region 45 minutes north of Atlanta, illustrates the United Methodist connection working at its... Read More

A Higher Calling for Higher Education

For United Methodist-affiliated institutions across the country, the commitment to a rich student experience is vital. Read More

Value of Theological Education

Preparing students to become ordained clergy remains the primary mission of the 13 United Methodist seminaries in the United States. Read More

College Affordability: Debunking the myths

Today, the board's Office of Loans and Scholarships sees more than $4.5 million awarded every year to members of The United Methodist Church. Read More