United Methodist Men

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Elijah Chakwizira of Student Connect Trust conducts an ice-breaking exercise with students from Murape and Seke Materera secondary schools in Seke, Zimbabwe. The organization conducts leadership and life-skills training, career development and team building. Photo by Eveline Chikwanah, UM News.

Career expo helps dreams take flight at rural schools

United Methodist men’s group brings professionals to rural school in Zimbabwe, giving students the opportunity to learn more about careers in aviation, law and banking.
Disaster Relief
At their 2023 Jamboree in West Virginia, Boy Scouts put together 5-gallon flood buckets, also known as UMCOR Cleaning Kits, equipped with laundry detergent, household cleaner, insect repellent, other cleaning supplies, N95 masks, and more. Photo courtesy of the West Virginia Conference.

Scouts assemble 5,000 flood buckets

West Virginia United Methodists played an important role at the 2023 Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree in Mount Hope, West Virginia. Throughout the 10-day Jamboree many of those Scouts helped assemble 5,000 flood buckets for the church’s West Virginia Conference Disaster Ministries.
United Methodist Men
The Rev. Sterling Eaton (left) and Greg Arnold share a laugh as they haul a heavy filing cabinet into their new office at the 810 Twelfth Avenue South building in Nashville, Tenn. Eaton is director of the Center for Men’s Ministries and Arnold is chief executive at United Methodist Men. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

UM Men is on the move

In the first 18 months of his tenure as the top executive of United Methodist Men, Greg Arnold has moved to redefine the organization and direct it toward a vital future.
General Agencies
Greg Arnold is the new top executive for United Methodist Men in Nashville, Tenn. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Changes, expansion for United Methodist Men

The new top executive at United Methodist Men is seeking to expand the agency by getting many more local churches involved. Greg Arnold’s plans include defining a new relationship with Scouting and adaptation of an already-popular app called Live Bold, which he developed privately.

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