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Commendable ‘critical first step’

Letter to Obama on immigration executive order

Social-justice agency welcomes actions extending deferred status, ending ‘Secure Communities.’ read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on November 22, 2014

From snapshots to portrait

United Methodist Filipinos reflect on Social Principles

2-day discussion articulates issues ‘at once local and global,’ whether too U.S.-centered or geographically narrow. read more »

by Fort Nicolas
on November 22, 2014

Challenge accepted

Young-adult missionaries took to the streets of Denver, Colo., this month during "Imagine What's NEXT" to spread words of inspiration via chalk and sidewalks,  Nov. 7-9, a few of us who are missionaries traveled to Denver, Colo., for “Imagine What’s NEXT,” a gathering to... read more »

Posted by Dave Johnson on November 18, 2014

A call to action for United Methodists

Eradicate circumstances that lead to crises such as Ebola

Social-justice agency urges faith-filled determination to prevent future recurrences of such crises, dedicates webpage, will host Nov. 21 conference call. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on November 14, 2014

Bread issues challenge to new Congress

Prays members will work to end hunger

Declares top priority will be scheduled reauthorization of U.S. child-nutrition programs. read more »

November 13, 2014

Social-justice agency calls for eradicating circumstances that lead to crises such as Ebola

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United Methodist General Board of Church & Society has issued a call to the denomination to respond with faith-filled determination to prevent future recurrences of crises such as that caused by Ebola. The statement emphasizes that the underlying causes that enabled Ebola to move from... read more»

November 10, 2014

Sign Voting Rights Amendment Act

Clergy asked to endorse open letter to Congress

Interfaith letter says critical legislation will prevent discriminatory voting practices. read more »

November 04, 2014

Ethnic/Minority Young Adult Summer Internship deadlines

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Deadlines have been announced to apply for a 2015 Ethnic Young Adult (EYA) Summer Internship in social justice placements in the U.S. capital. The EYA program is for persons, ages 18-22 from United Methodist racial/ethnic minority caucuses and Central Conferences, who have an interest in... read more»

October 30, 2014

Health and Disability: Practicing Inclusion

Health Care Organizing Call on Disability Ministry and Advocacy An audio recording of the webinar is also available. Guest speaker Sharon McCart shared the different kinds of barriers found in church life and ways to remove them. McCart is the chair of the DisAbility Ministries Committee of The United Methodist... read more »

Posted by Cynthia Abrams on October 28, 2014

Young adult summer internship deadlines

For ages 18-22 from United Methodist minority caucuses, Central Conferences

Social justice work placements May 27-Aug. 1 in U.S. capital available to racial/ethnic minorities. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on October 20, 2014

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