Faith and Facts Cards
Gun Violence Prevention
Bible study/reflection tool on gun violence prevention. (25 cards per pack)
Occupied Palestinian Territories
Bible study/reflection tool on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. (25 cards per pack)
Alcohol and Drugs
The United Methodist Church is committed to a holistic approach to breaking the chains of addiction, which emphasizes prevention, intervention, treatment, community organization, public advocacy, and abstinence.
The United Methodist Church believes that water is a gift from God that needs to be kept clean. Today, more than one billion people lack access to clean and affordable water.
As a matter of stewardship and justice, Christians must take action now to reduce global warming pollution and stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world.
The biblical model of restorative justice emphasizes a right relationship with God, self and community.
The United Methodist Church believes the death penalty denies the power of Christ to redeem, restore and transform all human beings.
Family violence and abuse in all its forms—verbal, psychological, physical, sexual—is detrimental to the covenant of the human community.
Health care is a basic human right.
HIV & AIDS
All individuals living with HIV and AIDS should be treated with dignity and respect. Learn how to care for all persons affected by HIV & AIDS and prevent the spread of the disease.
Hunger and Poverty
Poverty kills. It kills 300,000 children every day.
Comprehensive immigration reform provides a path to citizenship, protects workers, reunites families, restores the rule of law and enhances security.
For over 100 years, The United Methodist Church has held a steadfast belief that "every person has the right to a job at a living wage."
Maternal Health and Family Planning
The United Methodist Church supports the right for men and women worldwide to have the ability to choose when, or if, to have children.
Sustainability is at the heart of economic and environmental justice. We are called to eliminate over-consumption and to seek a new lifestyle rooted in justice and peace.
Bible study/reflection tool on human trafficking. (25 cards per pack)