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In recognition and celebration of all that Gil Rendle has done for the church, TMF is proud to announce the creation of the Gil Rendle Learning and Leadership Endowment. This endowment will honor Gil’s legacy by supporting his work to advance TMF’s Leadership Ministry learning agenda, the primary objective of which is to create opportunities for TMF to open new paths of discernment, decision-making, and action by leaders.
TMF Loan Provides Plenty of Space for Students to Share a Prayer – And Donuts – Before School.
Micah Peacock describes how his participation in the TMF Worship Leaders Group has impacted his ministry
One of TMF's Learning Communities, the Worship Leaders Group, is comprised of younger leaders (all under 40) who have responsibility for non-traditional worship in their Churches, giving them space to think creatively about what it means to form disciples beyond the traditional bounds of worship and even beyond the walls of the Church. Hear how one of these young leaders describes the impact his group experience is having on his ministry.
Like ripples from a small pebble dropped into still waters, acts of generosity start a current that is never-ending.
Whether people give to those in need – in Belize or in their own communities – or to environmental issues or to animals, it all serves God.
“Houston: reVision is thrilled to join with TMF in stirring the United Methodist Church’s passion to make a long-lasting, hope-filled difference in our world by helping us raise up hundreds of mentors for kids who have no one,” said Charles Rotramel, CEO of Houston: reVision.