Bishop Trimble shared Tuesday morning, April 11, the intention and goals of the Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health, why this cause should matter to the Indiana United Methodist community, and how we best move forward while ensuring that our contributions are fruitful, generous and meet our goals of making a world of difference in the ongoing battle against malaria and HIV/AIDS around our world. 
Numerous Indiana United Methodist tuned in to hear the bishop share his thoughts on an issue he has expressed much passion and commitment toward, and to ask questions pertaining to the Miracle Offering, which will be received during the 2017 Annual Conference gathering. Bishop Trimble encouraged communities and congregations to think of creative ways to raise donations to help support this worthwhile cause. You can learn more about the offering by visiting

Join us next week as the conversation continues with Rev. Michelle Cobb, Conference Superintendent of the North Central District, and Ian Hall, Director of Administration and Financial services. 

Bishop Julius Trimble talks about his newly-introduced Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health from Indiana Conference UMC on Vimeo.