Global Poverty and the Economy of God

"The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me...to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor." Luke 4:18-19

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Global Ministries is committed to restoring the environment and economics to the service of God. Economic globalization profoundly impacts local communities, cultures and ways of life. While increased private investment and trade may grow markets, our global partners witness the challenges globalization often poses in their communities-- wider economic disparity and exploitation. Communities of faith are called to consider what the church can do to ensure that international trade policies better serve the interests of human rights and security, justice and peace, and the dignity and integrity of creation.

Global Hunger and Food Security

HIV/AIDS and Global Health

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Women, Poverty, and Economic Development

Poverty and Economic Globalization

Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) or Sustainable Development Goals

Corporate Social Responsibility

Consumerism and Sustainable Living

Water

Women and Children

Global Ministries partners with water projects

Global Ministries partners with projects that empower women

Global Ministries partners with microcredit projects

Global Ministries partners with HIV/AIDS projects