Faith Talk Resources

Here are some special resources you might find helpful …


Did You Know?

The United Methodist Church has developed a unique lingo during its history. We have words that relate specifically to how we, as United Methodists, carry out our ministry. Need to get familiar with the terms? Try checking out the glossary…



Mission Personnel

Nearly 400 missionaries are currently commissioned by the United Methodist Church!
Learn more about them, the amazing work they do, and how you can help.




Aldersgate Experience

How did Methodism get started? What’s an “Aldersgate experience”?
Read the conversion story of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, as he recorded it in his own journal.



Rx Help:

People who don’t have insurance, or whose insurance doesn’t cover prescriptions, can still save on prescription drug costs. The United Methodist Association offers a prescription discount card. It’s free, and can result in substantial savings.


Ready to be held accountable?

The Methodist movement began with a small group of people holding each other accountable in their daily walk with Christ.Today, we can still use this plan. Read more about Accountable Discipleship and how to encourage Covenant groups in your own congregation.


Labyrinth Walk Online
Need some focused prayer time, but can’t leave your desk?  Visit Lost in Wonder, an online prayer path offered by the Methodist Church of Great Britain.


Living Prayer Center
The Upper Room Living Prayer Center is a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week intercessory prayer ministry staffed by Christian volunteers.  Send in your prayer request here…




Ministries With Young People
This site helps make connections and provides opportunities to be in mission and ministry with young people.


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