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Three United Methodist leaders from Dallas-Fort Worth and Austin were elected At-Large members of the board of directors for TMF, also known as the Texas Methodist Foundation, during the 2015 Annual Conferences of the United Methodist Church held in May and June.
The Legacy Church Project, a learning project of TMF's Leadership Ministry, recently met to discuss ways to assist churches in assessing their vitality, relevance, discipleship, and sustainability – in order to discover a new sense of identity and purpose.
Read this case study, researched and written by the Indianapolis Center for Congregations (ICC) in the hope that it will, according to John Wimmer, program director for Lilly Endowment, "inspire other organizations and their leaders to think about how they can, in the language of TMF, advance "God's dream" for the church and the world by revitalizing their own institutions."
In his new monograph, Gil Rendle, TMF senior vice president, continues the outcome conversation begun in his book, Doing the Math of Mission.
The United Methodist General Board of Pension and Health Benefits (GBPHB), in partnership with the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) and the Texas Methodist Foundation (TMF), has been awarded a $50,000 planning grant by Lilly Endowment Inc. to help The United Methodist Church improve financial literacy of pastoral leaders and their overall financial well-being.
Austin-based Texas Methodist Foundation (TMF) announced on Thursday a strategic collaboration with Horizons Stewardship (Horizons), effective May 1, to offer generosity resources to United Methodist congregations in the seven conferences served by TMF throughout Texas and New Mexico.
Austin-based Texas Methodist Foundation (TMF), which is the largest United Methodist foundation in the country, has announced that it is combining resources with the New Mexico Conference Methodist Foundation (NMCMF). The transaction closed on April 9, 2014, and is effective April 1, 2014.
Austin-based Texas Methodist Foundation (TMF), which is the largest United Methodist foundation in the country, has announced that a majority of the assets and liabilities of the Central Texas Methodist Foundation (CTMF), which is headquartered in Fort Worth, have been acquired by TMF. The transaction was effective Feb. 16.