“As the pastor, I can’t lead it,” says Rev. Rev. Jim Harry of Saint Paul UMC in Goldsboro, NC, “If it’s time for this (United Methodist Men) to die out then so be it. If God wants it to be …
Giving Tuesday has become something that any aid organization or non-profit cannot ignore. WesleyMen can’t ignore it. Giving Tuesday is quickly becoming the single largest giving day of the year. If you don’t take advantage you are basically throwing away …
The World Methodist Council Steering Committee, with members from six continents, met together in Rome, Italy. Their gathering was held at the Casa Maria Immacolata, operated by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de ‘Paoli.
The World Council of Churches includes dozens from the “Wesleyan” family of churches. In response to a severe humanitarian crisis in four nations, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, and Yemen. These churches are joining together with over 300 more denominations in calling for “A Day of Prayer to End Famine.”
Geographically speaking Las Vegas, USA is located in a desert. Deserts are hot and are short on resources like food and water. One thing this desert is not short on is compassion.
Largely considered one of the least religious places on earth Estonia is an awakening country in its second decade of freedom from Soviet control. Find out how a small rural church is fighting hunger.
In June of 2014, the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church in The United States launched a year long campaign to end world hunger. Here’s what happened:
“But what difference can we make?” That is the question on the hearts and minds of millions who see debilitating hunger but feel helpless to do anything about it. One church not only asked the question but forged an answer.