Bishop Ward explores the Season of Creation and the beauty of the world around us.
As Labor Day approaches, Bishop Ward asks us to be mindful of the workers, the laborers, in our communities and in our counties, and to give thanks to God for the opportunity to work and for justice for all laborers.
Bishop Ward describes the unique role of The United Methodist Church in responding to the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
Bishop Ward reflects on the significance of Matthew 10:39 in our everyday lives, in our churches and in missions— “Those who find their life will lose it, and those who lose their life for my sake will find it.”
Bishop Ward joins in prayer for the people of Gaza and Israel in this week’s connections Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ. In the gospel of Matthew, Chapter 14, he tells the disciples to get into the boat and go to the other side. As they depart in the boat,… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward explores the fishes and loaves story from the text, Matthew 14: 13-21, and what the gifts of missions can mean to the local church and the world.
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.