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Uesi becomes first ordained Tongan Disciples pastor

The first Timothy from the first Tongan-American Disciples church has become the first ordained pastor of Tongan heritage in the Disciples. This summer, Rev. Tevita Uesi celebrated his ordination in his home church in Utah.

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A GLOBAL INTERFAITH COALITION CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE CEASEFIRE AND ADMINISTRATION OF AID IN YEMEN

Yemen is a nation in crisis. The impoverished country is facing a humanitarian crisis of mammoth proportions, including a devastating famine, in an ongoing civil war that is exacerbated by a scourge of religious violence. There is no time to spare in working to assist more than 3 million Yemenis that are displaced within the country, and over 280,000 who have sought refuge in other countries.

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United Methodist Queer Clergy Respond to Naming of Special Commission

We speak as a collective voice with the authority of those who are called and claimed by a God whose love knows no bounds; as those whose Commissioning and Ordination have been affirmed by the Church: we …

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“For as long as it takes”: Native American protesters defy North Dakota pipeline construction

  We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline   The Dakota Access pipeline threatens to destroy our sacred ground. I am defending the land and water of my people, as my ancestors did …

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What Does Black Lives Matter Want? Now Its Demands Are Clearer Than Ever

After a year of planning, members of the movement have released a comprehensive platform. A “Black Lives Matter” march along the rout of the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, in St. Paul, Sunday, October 4 2015. (AP Photo …

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Historic Action for LGBTQ at UMC’s General Conference

  The General Conference of The United Methodist Church voted 428-405 to accept a proposal put forth by the Council of Bishops which can be read HERE. Matt Berryman, Executive Director of Reconciling Ministries Network released the …

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