News

  • A Rolling Flood of Need

    May 13th, 2011

    Gil Hanke assess equipment needs in tornado ravaged area Photo:A family in Moulton, Ala., survived an April tornado by hiding in a hallway next to their laundry room. An 11-year-old neighbor girl was killed in the same storm. Gil Hanke, top staff executive of the General Commission on UM Men, interviewed families in the area to determine needs. … read more

  • Veteran Scout leader available to help New Jersey churches expand youth ministries

    May 13th, 2011

    WHITING, N.J. Lew Weil, president of Northern Shore District UM Men and a veteran Boy Scout leader, is available to help New Jersey churches reach out to young people through Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Camp Fire USA, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, and 4-H.Weil serves as one of six scouting ministry specialists in the Greater New Jersey Annual Conference.&… read more

  • Scouts receive God and Family Awards

    May 5th, 2011

    Photo: Cub Scouts and their leaders celebrate the completion of God and Family courses. First row: Aaron Vardell, Andy Baldacci, Will Meadows, Will Davis, Ian Brown, the Rev. David Bonney. Second row: Mark Vardell, Todd Baldacci, Bill Chaffin, Jim Davis, David Meadows, Davis, and David Brown. Not pictured Jake Sanza, Joshua and James Ganey.MIDLOTHIAN, Va… read more

  • UM Men invited to send news of Change the World events

    May 3rd, 2011

    Catch the live streaming of Change the World interviews on Saturday, May 14, from 8-5 CT through www.rethinkchurch.org. Participants from around the world will share updates on their events and show the connection at work. UM Men are encouraged to share their events by posting comments & pictures on The United Methodist Church Facebook page. Be… read more