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Your gift through Discipleship Ministries' Annual Fund for Uncommon Mission will be used for new, unique mission growth; every dollar you give advances your favorite project and not a penny is spent on administration. Mission priorities include E-readers containing theological libraries for seminarians in Africa, scholarships for youth world-wide to attend the faith-changing 2014 Global Youth Convocation in Manila, one-year residencies for young clergy to learn how to start new churches, or a leadership fund to educate UM camp and retreat leaders.

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E-readers for Theological Education

The future of the Church is sitting in classrooms around the world, but many of those classrooms lack the necessary resources for success. With E-readers in hand, students can learn and teachers can teach without worrying about limited resources. The e-reader has proved affordable, easy to use, and capable of holding a charge for weeks at a time. Faculty gained access to current theological publications and research. Students gained access to reference books, textbooks related to their three-year curriculum, Bibles, dictionaries, and even cultural readings related to Africa and Liberia. Students and faculty celebrated the simplicity of carrying their entire “library” to class, home, and church. Learn More

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Camp & Retreat Legacy of Leadership Fund

The Legacy of Leadership Annual Fund strengthens Camp and Retreat Ministries of The United Methodist Church by creating an ongoing legacy of passionate and prepared leaders. It provides essential educational funding that enables staff and volunteers serving in leadership positions within UM Camp and Retreat ministries to attend key training and spiritual growth opportunities.

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Partner In Mission: Fund for Korean, Asian & Pacific Islander Ministries

The Partner in Mission Fund provides scholarships to train leaders, develops Korean and Asian Pacific language resources, equips Asian Pacific American leaders, and partners with ministries in the Asia Pacific region. Learn More

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Wesley Pilgrimage

The Wesley Pilgrimage in England offers an opportunity for United Methodist clergy and laypeople to immerse themselves in the Christ-centered leadership of John & Charles Wesley; learn, play and explore the places where the Wesley brothers lived and served; and reflect with new friends in small groups. Learn More

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New Church Planting Residencies (Path 1)

New Church Starts (Path 1) draws United Methodist leaders from national, regional and local levels of the church to provide collaborative leadership and opportunities for young clergy to grow. Path 1 residents are trained to reach more people for Christ by creating new places for new people. Learn More

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Native American Comprehensive Plan (NACP)

The Native American Comprehensive Plan shall serve as the United Methodist entity that resources, strengthens,and advocates for the local church in Native American communities/contexts for all generations. Learn More

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Young People's Ministries: Global Scholarship Fund

Young People’s Ministries Global Scholarships gives international young United Methodists, ages 18-35, the opportunity to pursue an education outside of the United States. Over the last five years, $55,250 has been awarded to more than 50 students in Africa and the Philippines. The need is constantly growing, as more students apply for limited resources each year. When you give to the Global Scholarship Fund, you are giving hope to students around the world. Learn More

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Strengthening the Black Church for the 21st Century

Strengthening the Black Church for the 21st Century is a program designed to assist United Methodist churches with predominantly Black congregations become effective in mission and ministry. Learn More

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