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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

Why United Methodists need to vote

Going to polls will make a difference

Casting a vote affirms our elected leaders' ability to act on behalf of the citizens they serve. read more »

by Barb Dunlap-Berg
on November 04, 2014

Resources for United Methodist Student Day

United Methodist Special Sunday Nov. 30

Together we educate students so they can make a difference in the world. read more »

November 04, 2014

Another sad day

2 killed, 3 wounded in high-school shooting

‘It is truly a terrible thing to feel such awful familiarity with these acts of violence,’ writes Greater Northwest Area bishop. read more »

by Bishop Grant Hagiya
on November 04, 2014

Fight cyberbullies

Churches can help youths

Youth pastors may be crucial to helping young people understand how not to do harm or be harmed through Internet. read more »

by Joey Butler
on 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

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

Human Relations Day grant deadline

Applications due Jan. 10 for United Methodist Special Sunday funding

Grants support ministries to non-violent young offenders through education, advocacy or leadership training. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on October 10, 2014

Anti-slavery and Adrian College

Institution committed to fight battling contemporary slavery or 'human trafficking'

Founded in 1859 by abolitionists, Adrian one of America’s original anti-slavery colleges. read more »

by the Rev. Chris Momany
on October 10, 2014

‘Imagine What’s NEXT’

United Methodist college students to gather in Denver Nov. 7-9

Weekend will offer discernment, fellowship, worship and inspiration to ‘Dream. Go. Do.’ read more »

October 10, 2014

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