World Wide

Far East Broadcasting Company (http://www.febc.org/)

  • An interdenominational, international Christian broadcast ministry formed in 1945 after WWII. FEBC broadcasts the gospel via radio in more than 150 languages to areas where 2/3 of the world’s population lives.

Foundation for Evangelism (http://www.evangelize.org/)

  • The foundation challenges United Methodist Churches to expand its evangelism ministry, and helps give churches resources to more effectively evangelize. It focuses on education of both clergy and laity and new evangelism projects via grants.

Global Health Action (http://www.globalhealthaction.org/)

  • Founded in 1972 as the International Nursing Association. It is a private, community-based, nonprofit organization headquartered in Atlanta. Its focus is health care training and education programs. Two branch offices are located in Darbonne, Haiti and Bangalore, India. GHA provides preventive health education and basic healthcare for hundreds of thousands of families. The Haitian Goat Project enables hundreds of families to have a continuous source of food and nutrition as well as a means to obtain education for their children.

United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) (http://www.umcor.org/)

  • A United Methodist emergency response agency that allows Christians to respond to disasters on a global, national, or local basis.

United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) (www.umvim.org)

  • A lay-Methodist, part-time service movement of the United Methodist Church for “hands on” projects. The common characteristic of volunteers is a willingness to serve and share the gospel as part of construction, teaching, medical or other teams, or as individuals.

World Methodist Evangelism (http://www.worldmethodist.org/)

  • Responsible for “Connecting Congregations” in 16 countries. Also runs conferences throughout the world and helps to train young leaders in the UMC for evangelism.