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Daily Digest - December 17, 2018

Delegation chairs look toward GC2019; Korean leaders wary of One Church Plan; Church helps tell missing Native woman's story
Social Concerns
Ashley Loring Heavy Runner, seen here in a file photo from the family’s Facebook page, went missing from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Montana, on June 12, 2017. Photo courtesy of the Loring  family.

Church helps family tell missing Native woman's story

Blackfeet Parish, Native American Comprehensive Plan, Mountain Sky Conference help with travel costs for family to attend Senate hearing on “Silent Crisis in Indian Country.”
General Church
Bishops and leaders of the United Methodist Korean Caucus gather to discuss the current issues of the special General Conference. The meeting took place Dec. 2 at Calvary Korean United Methodist Church in East Brunswick, N.J. Photo by Thomas Kim, UMNS.

Korean United Methodists and bishops struggle to find a way forward

Bishops hear concerns from Korean United Methodists about the One Church Plan.

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