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Daily Digest - May 25, 2018

Court OKs submission of other petitions for GC2019; men’s fellowship uses soccer for outreach in Zimbabwe; United Methodists march in Michigan about immigration policy. Read More

Daily Digest - May 24, 2018

Can a book help the church stay together?; United Methodist Men take message of peace to the streets in Sierra Leone; New York church sewing ministry helps 10,000 girls. Read More

Daily Digest - May 23, 2018

Author chronicles faith journey after cancer diagnosis; Podcast: Inspiring women of faith, featuring Carolyn Johnson; study seeks snapshot of Native American ministries. Read More

Daily Digest - May 22, 2018

Question to court: Who can submit petitions?; first school opens in bishop’s home village in Sierra Leone; 93-three-year old recalls protest vote against 1968 merger. Read More

Daily Digest - May 21, 2018

United Methodist Women urged to boldly change world at 2018 Assembly; Texas church helps while grieving mass shooting victim; African-American woman missionary blazed trail. Read More

Daily Digest - May 18, 2018

Women act on faith, 'pass out grace'; Latest mass shooting affects Texas Conference; Bishops issue statement on One Church Plan; Concerns over Gaza violence Read More

Daily Digest - May 17, 2018

Deciding the scope of petitions for General Conference 2019; Florida United Methodists help Puerto Rican refugees; training transforms lives of pastors' wives in Congo. Read More

Daily Digest - May 16, 2018

Paying for Special General Conference 2019 includes visitor registration fees; African partnership spurs ideas; Judicial Council to livestream oral hearing for the first time. Read More

Daily Digest - May 15, 2018

Bishops' action regarding special General Conference leads to questions; United Methodists among dead in Congo flooding; church’s 1968 union impacted global mission work. Read More

Daily Digest - May 14, 2018

Reaction to constitutional amendment votes focused on equality for women, girls; Judicial Council schedules oral hearing; Facing the Future 2018 envisions multicultural church. Read More