Bishop Ward and Ann Huffman discuss disaster response as we are now in the midst of hurricane season and approaching the second anniversary of Hurricane Matthew.
As Advent begins, we stand once again amid the destruction left by devastating storms. In the darkness, we yearn for light, Bishop Ward writes in an article published by Faith & Leadership.
Bishop Ward shares the legend of the poinsettia and how God will use our gifts to help, heal, and welcome many.
One year after Hurricane Matthew, the Disaster Response Ministry Program continues to welcome volunteer workteams for home rebuilding.
In this season of Thanksgiving, and soon Christmas, Bishop Ward invites every congregation to receive special offerings for Hurricane Matthew response and recovery.
In this season of hurricanes, Bishop Ward highlights the work and ministry of UMCOR in helping people rebuild not only their homes, but their lives.
During hurricane season, Bishop Ward reminds us of the strength the United Methodist Church has in disaster response and recovery.
In this video, Bishop Ward gives thanks for the offerings received during Annual Conference 2017. Because of your generosity, over $50,000 will go toward mission efforts in the conference.
As we prepare to enter Holy Week and in honor of Jesus, who suffered on the cross, Bishop Ward encourages us to be generous in giving to a mission project to alleviate suffering in the world.