Bishop Ward and Beth Hood talk about the importance of asking questions as we strive to live like Jesus and cultivate a culture of coaching.
Registration for Leaning into the Future without Fear with Matt Miofsky will close at noon on Monday. We would love for you to join us! In this session, we will talk about the unique challenges of leading people through a season of transition during seasons of great change. The day will also be an important reminder that you are not alone in this task. With COVID forcing every church to confront change in an unprecedented way, there is no better time for this conversation.
With the pandemic still in our midst, Wespath is working to continue providing education to help clergy make informed benefit decisions. Thus, the inaugural Wespath Benefits and Investments “Delivered to You” event will bring education and five dimensions of well-being to all active clergy in their workplace/home space in October. Wespath Benefits and Investments “Delivered to You”… Continue Reading→
Does your small group need a quality video series that you can watch for free online? Do you want to learn about the history of race and Christianity in the United States? If so, schedule a time for you or your small group to begin the free online video series, Race and Christianity in the… Continue Reading→
The One Can Food Ministry at Sharon UMC in Supply is alive and well. On average, our dedicated volunteers serve 50 households each month by providing bags of food items that have been donated by individuals or organizations or through its fund established in 2018 using Mission Seed Grant monies as well as other donations. During… Continue Reading→
Grayson Dye joins to discuss the live action remake of Mulan. In this episode we discuss the controversies surrounding the film’s production and release and the spiritual importance of truth and devotion to family.
Sponsored by the North Carolina Chapter of the Methodist Federation for Social Action, this year’s conference will be a series of three Zoom Webinars. Each evening will see a panel of three presenters discussing a variety of topics related to health care. The Wednesday evening dates are: October 7, 14, and 21 and each one… Continue Reading→
The deadline is approaching! How is the Holy Spirit leading you to be in ministry with your community? Seed Funds help plant new ministries that take the church beyond the walls, build new relationships and serve our neighbors. Please note that all three required documents (application, budget form, cover letter) must be submitted at one… Continue Reading→
There is a difference between change and transition. Change is external and happens to us. Transition is what we do when we experience change. In times of change, how do we lead congregations through the hard, but necessary work of transition? Join us for a virtual half Day of Learning with Matt Miofsky and learn:… Continue Reading→
A group of young clergy in The North Carolina Conference have developed a series of letters as a call to action in the work of dismantling racism. The three letters collectively comprise “A Call to Dismantle Anti-Blackness Supremacy” and are intended to stand alongside the Bishop’s Summons to Witness, Protest, and Promise. From the “Repent”… Continue Reading→