Helping the Least, Last and Lost Following the Louisiana Floods
During 2016, most of the parishes in North and South Louisiana were slammed with over six trillion gallons of water, flooding some homeowners twice in a six-month period.
Race for a Reason: First UMC Sugar Land Leading by Example
In the all-district quest to raise money and awareness for human trafficking, First UMC Sugar Land is the frontrunner for the Southwest District with more than 50 participants and thousands of dollars for local and global ministry partners.
Advancing Pastoral Leadership Clergy Experience Greece and Italy
Twenty-one clergy colleagues and spouses hit the skies for a continuing education experience against an international backdrop.
A. Frank Smith UMC: A Magnet for Families in Alto
Revs. Ryan and Amanda Boyd-Stratton share insight on how to “Invest in the Young” in a rural community setting.
"Intercepting" Human Traffickers at the Super Bowl
For over a decade United Methodist Women have used high profile sporting events to raise awareness of human trafficking – and efforts are underway to do so again in Houston in February and there are numerous ways to help.
Partnering with Manos Juntas: Mission Focus Adds Vitality
Local and global mission involvement invigorates individuals and congregations such as Clear Lake UMC, sharing recent experiences with Manos Juntas in Mexico.
Wanted: Congregations to Partner with Houston Methodist Hospital's Community Health Ministry
The TAC Mercy Ministry Team is seeking 10+ churches to serve as "health hubs" in a faith and health ministry initiative to promote congregational and community health in the Houston/Beaumont area.