Focus is a two-way investment, “hand-up”, to the willing and self-motivated taking into account their abilities, capacity, exposure and relationships. Volunteers will build relationships, mentor, share faith and teach/tutor through funded programs and training classes. Success is measured through the people equipped and relationships built.
You are never too young to serve and even lead in mission! Read more here…
Several of our CTC Churches have engaged in ministry designed to provide guidance and resources for persons who are unemployed or underemployed. Read about one such ministry here…
United Methodist Missionaries come from many places, backgrounds, witness, and serve in different locales and cultures. They engage in a range of activities and professions. Read more here on ways you and your church can help support a United Methodist Missionary.
Ever wish people would re-think immigration, or wish you could find information to help refugees in your community? Click here for more information.
There is a myriad of ways that churches and individual Christians can be involved in restorative ministry. Click here for some of the ways you can be involved within the Central Texas Conference.
Is it possible for orphans and vulnerable children in the world’s financially poorest regions to be empowered so they should never need charity again? YES t is! See more information here regarding this three-year empowerment program! (And yes, that is a picture of our own Rev. Mike Ramsdell.)