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On Haiti and Africa

As last week wound down, and then over the weekend, we all heard reports of disparaging remarks about the nation of Haiti and certain unnamed African countries. These reports have sparked many different kinds of responses from people of different faiths and no faith, different political leanings, and different tones.

The Free Methodist Church commits to viewing the world and its peoples through eyes and … Read more...

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Respond to the Crisis in Myanmar

The humanitarian crisis in Rakhine state of Myanmar against the Rohingya people is of epic proportions not too far removed from the numbers and brutality of tribal conflict in central Africa (Rwanda, Burundi and Congo) of yesteryear and the terrible plight of Syrian and Iraqi refugees of recent and present times. People are being killed, displaced, tortured, raped, beaten and abused at every level. The … Read more...

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Jamie Hamilton | 1962-2017

Free Methodist World Ministries Center employee Jamie Rae Sering Hamilton, 55, of Brownsburg, Indiana, went home to the loving arms of Jesus on December 28, 2017, after a brave battle with breast cancer.  It was a peaceful passing, surrounded by family and close friends.

Jamie edited the Yearbook, administered the John Wesley Seminary Foundation grants, and served as the loans liaison with Free Methodist-affiliated universities … Read more...

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Help Philippines Recover From Typhoons

As the Philippines recover from two December typhoons that killed more than 200 people and forced more than 200,000 people out of their homes, the Bishops’ Crisis Response Fund is contributing to relief efforts coordinated by Free Methodists in the Philippines.

“Once again, the Philippines was hit by a major disaster. The Free Methodist Church and its leaders there have demonstrated resilience, love, courage and … Read more...

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Justice Ministry Pilgrimage Course Offered in May


Greenville University’s School of Adult Studies and the Andrews Chair for Christian Unity are pleased to announce a May travel-based course, “Justice Ministry: The Gospel and the Politics of Race,” with renowned Christian leader Lisa Sharon Harper.

Harper will serve as a visiting professor for the course. She is the founder and president of Freedom Road LLC and … Read more...

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