After facing the fury of a typhoon in the Philippines with young people from around the globe, Bishop Ward reminds us of the importance of our youth, their leadership and John Wesley’s love for young people.
Bishop Ward discusses her trip to the Philippines this week for the Global Youth and Young Adult Convocation, where young missionaries will be commissioned for service and youth will discuss the future of The United Methodist Church.
Bishop Ward invites readers/viewers to pray for their communities as they pray for other situations around the world, as we claim John Wesley’s declaration, “The world is my parish” for ourselves.
Bishop Ward shares about the conference involvement in the Imagine No Malaria campaign. The NC Conference has committed to raise $1 million as part of the $75 million being raised to end malaria in Africa. $10 saves a life. Save a life today and give at nccumc.org/imaginenomalaria.
Bishop Ward shares about her experience at Summer Breakaway and the importance of our young people.
Bishop Ward shares about the important work we are called to as a church after Annual Conference.
In this weeks Connections, Bishop Ward introduces Annual Conference 2014.
In this week’s Connections, Bishop Ward reflects on her visit to Winstead UMC in Wilson, NC, and the upcoming forum on education.
Bishop Ward shares The Commission on Evangelism’s invitation to a 10 day prayer vigil in this video.