Downloads & Resources

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  1. UMCOR Haiti Progress Report: 2 Years Later
    "Two years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, UMCOR and our partners remain at the side of the Haitian people, together rebuilding lives and hope. Read a comprehensive report." Courtesy of the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
  2. Had Enough: A Devotional Resource on Substance Abuse and Related Violence
    This devotional resource for young people addresses the issues of substance abuse, related violence, and how they affect the lives of youth and young adults. HadEnough is a publication of SPSARV, UMC's Special Program on Substance Abuse and Related Violence.
  3. Engaging Ministry With the Poor: Heritage Sunday 2011
    This power point presentation traces the fluctuating commitment of the United Methodist Church to Ministry with the Poor. Starting with John Wesley's unflagging commitment to these ministries, the presentation takes us through different eras of church history in America where the commitment varied in response to shifts in theology and social context. This presentation was originally produced by the UM General Commission on Archives and History for Heritage Sunday 2011. It is reposted here with permission of GCAH.
  4. The Wesleys and the Poor: The Wesleyan Tradition of Ministry With the Poor
    Watch this slideshow, set to a Wesley hymn, to learn about the Wesley family's commitment to ministry with the poor in eighteenth-century England.
  5. Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger: A Millennium Development Goals Devotional
    In preparation for the 10-year review of the Millennium Development Goals, the General Board of Church and Society created a series of devotional materials to raise awareness and a call to fulfill the commitment of the global community to its peoples, particularly the least, the last and the lost. Of the eight devotionals, one for each goal, this first one focuses on eradicating extreme poverty and hunger.
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