Why are you part of the Methodist Federation for Social Action?

Since 1907, the Methodist Federation for Social Action has worked to mobilize clergy and laity within The United Methodist Church to take action on issues of peace, poverty and people’s rights within the church, the nation and the world. This mission has attracted a diverse cross-section of United Methodists, for a variety of reasons.

Why are *you* part of MFSA? How does it speak to you as a United Methodist? A Christian? A person of faith?

During the 10-day period from April 25 to May 4—one year in advance of General Conference 2012—you are invited to answer that question on your blog, your Facebook page, or your Twitter account (#whyMFSA).  Tweet-o-holics are invited to summarize their thoughts with a Tweet-up on Wednesday, May 4.

Help us give thanks for the ministry of MFSA, and bear witness to the work of justice for the transformation of the church and the world.

(We want to make sure we have at least one person covering each day of this synchroblog. If you are interested participating, please drop a note in the comments!)

April 25- Becca Clark
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