From the Global Lens: Climate Refugees

Refugees travel in a rubber boat across the Aegean Sea from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos on October 30, 2015.  They were...

Church seeks to meet needs in border crisis

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A UMNS report by Sam Hodges | July 15, 2014 | DALLAS (UMNS) From handing out hygiene kits to providing legal briefings, United Methodists are working to...

Recognizing local church achievements, extraordinary service by members at #pnwac16

Recognizing local church achievements, extraordinary service by members at #pnwac16 By Teri Tobey with Jesse N. Love Puyallup, Wash. - The PNWAC 2016 Awards Banquet honored...

A reflection on exclusion and language by Paul Jeffrey

By the Rev. Paul Jeffrey Some ten million people in the world today are stateless. They aren’t recognized as citizens of any nation. Without legal...

15,000 Dreamers have become undocumented immigrants. What’s a church to do?

In the four months since the Trump Administration announced that it would be ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, nearly 15,000 Dreamers have become undocumented immigrants. The Rev. Lyda Pierce offers this call to action to United Methodists who may be wondering what the Church can, and should, do about it.

Tongan Misinale celebrates financial giving

Enjoying the fruits of giving: resting and sharing stories after a very successful Misinale. From left to right: Lupe M., Vea T.,...

Hispanic Happenings: Angels in the Rain #not1more

Hispanic Happenings: Angels in the Rain #not1more By the Rev. Lyda Pierce | Photos by Jesse N. Love Coordinator of Hispanic and Latino Ministries (GBGM) the Rev....

Who is God to us? What does God mean to you?

By Nica Sy | Photos by Hazel Rollolazo and Kevin Tabora Christmas Institute 2017, or CI, challenged campers to question, explore, and discover the role...

Lenten stories of “Pain and Hope” recognize diversity within

Dr. Jamal Gabobe (second from left) enjoys the soup supper before his presentation about Somalia and his life as a Somali immigrant to the...

Confused about Immigration? You aren’t alone.

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By Rev. Lyda Pierce | Director of Hispanic/Latino Ministries Joyful, angry, sad, thankful, confused about the president’s executive order on immigration? You are not alone. I listened to...

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