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arrow icon. The UMCOR Hotline for November 22, 2011 
In Today's Hotline: THAILAND: Flood Relief DR CONGO: To Whom Much is Given Much is Required REFUGEES: Christ Church UM Refugee Ministry GLOBAL: World AIDS Day UMCOR: Gift Catalog
Source: UMCOR
More about: Agriculture | AIDS/HIV | Christmas | Emergencies | Natural disasters | Newsletters | Refugees | UMCOR | United Methodist Church | Congo DR | Thailand | World |
Date posted: Nov 22, 2011
arrow icon. The UMCOR Hotline for November 1, 2011 
In Today's Hotline: TURKEY: UMCOR Supports Relief Efforts MYANMAR: Aid for Landmine Accident Survivors HORN OF AFRICA: Crisis Continues RESOURCES: World AIDS Day, December 1 THAILAND: Floods Threaten Capital UMCOR: Christmas Gift Catalog
Source: UMCOR
More about: AIDS/HIV | Emergencies | UMCOR | United Methodist Church | Land mines | Ethiopia | Kenya | Myanmar-Burma | Somalia | Thailand | Turkey |
Date posted: Nov 01, 2011
arrow icon. Mission Churches Mature in Four Asian Countries 
United Methodist young adults take part in worship in Mongolia.

New York, NY, October 13, 2011--United Methodist mission work in three South East countries--Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam--is being divided into separate operational units because of significant growth and maturity. Also, work in Mongolia is being brought into the denomination's formal organizational system.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Evangelization | Global connections | International affairs | United Methodist Church | Mission updates | Focus on Congregational Development | Laos | Mongolia | Thailand | Vietnam |
Date posted: Oct 14, 2011

arrow icon. Signs of the Holy Spirit Among Us 
A composition student working on his music.

The Global Praise ministry of the General Board of Global Ministries traveled to Chiang Mai, Thailand, in January 2011 to lead a two-week Worship and Music Training with the leaders of Global Ministries' Mission Initiative in Laos and Thailand. The participants took "core" classes in worship, music theory, and piano or guitar every day.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Education | Evangelism | GBGM events | Mission opportunities | Music | Focus on Congregational Development | Focus on Leadership Development | Thailand |
Date posted: Aug 18, 2011

arrow icon. New Church Starts Worldwide Featured in Live, Interactive Webcast 
United Methodism in Malawi is growing under indigenous leadership with about 140 congregations. The Malawi Conference is now a Global Ministries

New York, NY, March 28, 2011--A live, interactive webcast on April 12 will put the spotlight on United Methodist evangelism and new church development in more than a dozen countries around the world.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Global connections | Missionaries | Music | United Methodist Church | Mission studies | Focus on Congregational Development | Africa | Asia and the Pacific Islands | Cameroon | Central America | Europe | Honduras | Russia | Thailand | Vietnam |
Date posted: Mar 29, 2011

arrow icon. Southeast Asia Training Provides Practical Skills for Church Growth 
Participants pray during the Global Praise worship training in Southeast Asia.

Chiang Mai, Thailand, February 1, 2011--"I'm here because I'm part of the Discipleship in Training program in Cambodia. My three churches in Cambodia are working to provide training to both pastors and laity," said the Rev. Sophy Lun after his travel from Cambodia to Thailand for one of two United Methodist trainings offered by the General Board of Global Ministries in Southeast Asia.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Communities | Education | Evangelization | GBGM events | Global connections | Music | United Methodist Church | Focus on Congregational Development | Asia and the Pacific Islands | Cambodia | Laos | Thailand |
Date posted: Feb 01, 2011

arrow icon. Missionaries Travel Far But Stay Close 
From left to right, Francis Coffey, Jacqueline Agré, Mariellyn Dunlap, Jamila Hunter, and Camille Duhon performed skits and shared devotions during the Missionary Training at Stony Point, New York, 2010.

Missionaries who train together are called a class of missionaries. And this class took many classes. For about two weeks leading up to their sending forth or commissioning on October 12th, 2010, the missionaries spent their days in workshops taught by Global Ministries' missionaries, staff, consultants, and each other.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Evangelism | Global connections | Missionaries | Youth | Mission studies | Focus on Congregational Development | Focus on Leadership Development | Focus on Ministry with the Poor | Focus on Global Health | Brazil | Laos | Thailand |
Date posted: Oct 25, 2010

arrow icon. United Methodist Church Celebrates 17 New Missionaries 
 Wonderfully Diverse: Thomas Kemper noted that among 17 new missionares some will go from Cote d’Ivoire going to Tunisia, from Brazil to Switzerland and the US, from China to Oklahoma, and US citizens from Laos will go to Thailand.

Stamford, Connecticut, October 13, 2010-- Seventeen new missionaries were commissioned for United Methodist service around the world on October 12 during the annual directors' meeting of the General Board of Global Ministries.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Urban | Laos | Switzerland | Thailand | Tunisia |
Date posted: Oct 13, 2010

arrow icon. Mission Agency Reaches Half-Way in Four-Year Goal of New Congregations Outside the US 
United Methodism in Malawi is growing under indigenous leadership with about 140 congregations. The Malawi Conference is now a Global Ministries

Stamford, Connecticut, October 12, 2010--The mission agency of The United Methodist Church is slightly more than halfway to the goal of starting 400 new congregations outside the United States in the four-year period from 2009 to 2012.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Communities | GBGM events | Global connections | Mission opportunities | United Methodist Church | Statements | Focus on Congregational Development | Africa | Asia and the Pacific Islands | Cambodia | Cameroon | Europe | Honduras | Laos | Latin America | Latvia | Malawi | Nepal | Russia | Sudan | Thailand | Vietnam |
Date posted: Oct 12, 2010

arrow icon. Commissioning of New Missionaries to Be Webcast Live on October 12 

New York, NY, October 7, 2010--New missionaries of The United Methodist Church will be commissioned on the evening of October 12 in a service to be broadcast live on the internet.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: GBGM events | Mission opportunities | Missionaries | Focus on Leadership Development | Switzerland | Thailand | Tunisia |
Date posted: Oct 07, 2010

arrow icon. North Carolina Pastor to Direct United Methodist Mission Work in Thailand 
Rev. CherLue Vang, right, and his wife, Mang Thao Vang, will serve in mission in Thailand.

New York, NY, July 13, 2010--A North Carolina pastor born in Southeast Asia is the new United Methodist mission director for Thailand.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Communities | Evangelism | Global connections | International affairs | Mission opportunities | United Methodist Church | Mission updates | Focus on Congregational Development | Thailand |
Date posted: Jul 13, 2010

arrow icon. Cheshire UMC Gifts Lead to Happy Endings 
Girls and boys in an after school program in Pattaya, Thailand. May 5, 2010, Cheshire, Connecticut--Who doesn't like a happy ending? With the abundant generosity of the people of Cheshire United Methodist Church in Cheshire, Connecticut, happy endings are assured.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Children | Education | Global connections | Missionaries | United Methodist Church | Focus on Ministry with the Poor | Thailand |
Date posted: May 05, 2010
arrow icon. Mission Initiatives:  Starting New Churches Outside the US
Hymns of praise in Mongolia. One hundred six new congregations were started outside the United States in 2009 through a series of United Methodist Mission Initiatives sponsored by the General Board of Global Ministries. The 13 initiatives--ranging from Mongolia to Honduras--are what Thomas Kemper, the mission agency's new chief executive, calls "front-line efforts" in pursuit of the denomination's goal of "making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world."
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Evangelism | Evangelization | United Methodist Church | Focus on Congregational Development | Focus on Leadership Development | Belarus | Cambodia | Cameroon | Georgia | Honduras | Kazakhstan | Kyrgyzstan | Laos | Moldova | Mongolia | Nepal | Russia | Senegal | Tajikistan | Thailand | Ukraine | Uzbekistan | Vietnam |
Date posted: Apr 08, 2010
arrow icon. Valentine Wedding on Chinese New Year: Cultures Interact in Mission Setting
Special Day: Jurirat and Sompap's wedding blended cultures and holidays and was the first performed in Bowin United Methodist Church making it unique and memorable.
The first wedding at the Bowin United Methodist Church near Bangkok, Thailand, took place on Valentine's Day, blending Christian and traditional Thai cultures in ways common to many mission settings. It fell on Chinese New Year, a major festival in Thailand.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Missionaries | United Methodist Church | Focus on Ministry with the Poor | Thailand |
Date posted: Feb 17, 2010
arrow icon. Two New Missionary Couples 
Cindy and Gary Moon were commissioned as missionaries on October 13, 2009.  They will both serve in Chonburi Province, Thailand, in an orphanage ministry.

Oct. 14, 2009 | STAMFORD, Conn. (UMNS) Shannon and David Goran use the Internet to advertise their campus ministry to students in the Ukraine. So it seemed fitting that the young couple’s formal commissioning as missionaries of The United Methodist Church could be viewed live as a Webcast.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: GBGM events | GBGM news | Mission opportunities | Missionaries | Focus on Leadership Development | Thailand | Ukraine |
Date posted: Oct 15, 2009

arrow icon. Commissioning for Global Mission Vocations Reaches a Global Methodist Community 

Stamford, Connecticut, October 13, 2009--The United Methodist Church formally commissioned 40 persons to mission vocations in a powerful service of celebration and commitment on the night of October 13 in Stamford, Connecticut.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: GBGM events | GBGM news | General Conference | Global connections | Mission opportunities | Missionaries | Focus on Leadership Development | Focus on Ministry with the Poor | Cambodia | Caribbean Islands | Japan | Liberia | Mongolia | South Africa | Thailand | Ukraine |
Date posted: Oct 14, 2009

arrow icon. Southeast Asia Mission Consultation Set for October 

Charlotte, North Carolina, July 1, 2009-- United Methodists committed to church growth and Christian service in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam will convene in Charlotte, North Carolina, in early October for a Southeast Asia Mission Consultation.
Source: GBGM Press Releases
More about: GBGM events | Focus on Congregational Development | Laos | Thailand | Vietnam |
Date posted: Jul 02, 2009

arrow icon. United Methodist Church Takes Hold in Southeast Asia 
A congregation in Vietnam welcomed Bishop Larry M. Goodpaster with flowers. outheast Asia is opening up to Christian mission, and The United Methodist Church is there on the ground floor. "We are just starting to see what God is doing and how the Spirit is moving across the area," said Bishop Larry M. Goodpaster, the first presiding bishop of the Southeast Asia Mission.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Evangelism | Evangelization | GBGM programs | International affairs | Laos | Thailand | Vietnam |
Date posted: Jun 26, 2008
arrow icon. United Methodist Church is Sending
 Its First Missionaries to Thailand

The Rev. Sherri Tabaka-Morrisey and her husband the Rev. Michael W. Morrissey, Jr., of the Kentucky Annual Conference are the first United Methodist missionaries assigned to Thailand.<br>GBGM Annual Meeting 2006 The United Methodist Church is sending its first missionaries to Thailand in South East Asia. A clergy couple from Kentucky is carrying the United Methodist banner into a land where most of the people are Buddhist. The Rev. Michael W. Morrissey, Jr., and the Rev. Sherri Tabaka- Morrissey were commissioned on October 10 in Stamford, CT by the General Board of Global Ministries, the international mission agency of the denomination.
Source: GBGM Press Releases
More about: GBGM events | GBGM news | GBGM programs | Missionaries | United Methodist Church | Methodism | North Eastern U.S. | Thailand | United States |
Date posted: Oct 12, 2006
arrow icon. UMCOR Supports Tsunami’s “Hidden” Emergencies 
Fishing gear in Somalia, home repairs in India, and school buildings in Thailand are three examples of aid United Methodists are providing in tsunami-damaged areas—but often unnoticed by international media. This work is being done by the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) in collaboration with ecumenical partners that are able to deliver long-term relief and rehabilitation services.
Source: UMCOR Press Releases
More about: Advocacy | Children | Christian love | Communities | Donations | Emergencies | GBGM programs | UMCOR | United Methodist Church | Advance | Partners/partnerships | Tsunami | Africa | India | Indonesia | Somalia | Sri Lanka | Thailand |
Date posted: Jun 30, 2005
arrow icon. 'I am glad that God is with them' 
A young woman shares her experiences traveling to Laos and Thailand.
Source: GBGM Mission News
More about: Bible | Children | Christian love | Communities | GBGM programs | United Methodist Church | Women | Methodism | Laos | Thailand |
Date posted: May 18, 2005
arrow icon. Young woman speaks about Bible Women Training: "Part I"  
My trip to Thailand and Laos was a very exciting trip although I didn't think it would take a total of 17 hrs to get to Bangkok, Thailand. Boy, that was one very long plane ride, but I did have a great time.
Source: Women's Division
More about: Bible | Children | Education | Health | Women | Youth | Laos | Thailand |
Date posted: Apr 25, 2005
arrow icon. Young woman speaks about Bible Women Training: "Part II"  
My trip to Laos and Thailand was an amazing experience. The purpose for Jessica and I to go with the Bible Women group was to work with the children. We wanted to learn about them and wanted to share with them about our lives.
Source: Women's Division
More about: Bible | Children | Health | Women | Youth | Laos | Thailand |
Date posted: Apr 25, 2005
arrow icon. Hmong Women Risk To Make Others' Lives Better 
The Laos women crossed the Mekong river in small numbers - much like refugees --leaving their homeland. On the other side, they were met by Hmong women from the United States, who had once been refugees themselves. The difference between them -- the women from Laos would return to their country after a few days, putting themselves at risk to make the lives of other women and children better.
Source: WD Press Releases
More about: Children | Education | Women | Thailand |
Date posted: Apr 12, 2005
arrow icon. Refugees, Immigrants Bring New Life to Churches  
Htoo Saw Ywa spent two years in a Burmese jail where the government held him, his mother, two brothers and a sister.
Source: United Methodist News Service
More about: Children | Refugees | Women | Thailand |
Date posted: Feb 24, 2005
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