Ministry rises out of the ashes in Detroit

Fighting malaria means fighting ebola

Cities touched by God's awesome love

Trick or Treat for justice

Blessed to be alive in mission

Ministry rises out of the ashes in Detroit

Last Friday in Detroit, Michigan Area Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey hosted a group of U.S. urban bishops and their staffs. These leaders visited entrepreneuiral ministries in the city and talked about new life in the church read more »

Fighting malaria means fighting ebola

The same skilled health professionals are on the front lines of both malaria and ebola.“It is a blessing that a strengthened infrastructure is in place, thanks to the ministry of Imagine No Malaria,” said the Rev. Gary Henderson.
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Cities touched by God's awesome love

Over 1,000 volunteers from around Michigan gathered in Detroit and Pontiac on Saturday, Oct. 4 for the Third Annual Hands 4 Detroit. read more »

Trick or Treat for justice

This year, give your neighbors a fairly traded treat: Halloween chocolate that supports fair wages, farmer-run businesses and sustainable agriculture. read more »

Blessed to be alive in mission

Heather Jue-Wong left Ann Arbor this summer to serve as a Global Justice Volunteer. She was blessed in her work with street children in the Philippines. read more »

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