As we walk this week with Jesus, the Apostle Paul reminds us that at the end of the journey is the mystery of Easter – resurrection, new life, abundant life, eternal life.
Bishop Ward reminds us to sing hosannas and praise to Jesus as the crowds did when he entered Jerusalem to begin Holy Week.
As we worship God in these late days of Lent, may we resist temptation to judge the gift of another or the worthiness of another and may we love each other as Jesus loves us.
Bishop Ward encourages churches to recognize the good works of UMCOR by giving generously on UMCOR Sunday, March 31.
Jim Martin, Director at Camp Rockfish, joins Bishop Ward to talk about the joys of camping and retreat activities at our conference camps.
Bishop Ward invites you to join her at Hayes Barton UMC on March 25 for a discussion of the book, “The Woman’s Hour” by Elaine Weiss as we recognize the centennial anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Movement.
Bishop Ward and Bishop Kenneth Monroe of the AMEZ Church share some of the collaborative ministries in which we have been engaged.
Bishop Ward asks three things of us while United Methodist delegates from around the world meet at the Special Called General Conference beginning Feb. 23 in St. Louis.
I invite you to join me in a Bishop’s Forum on Support for Immigrants and Families. As actions by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) increase, many immigrants and families in our United Methodist churches and surrounding communities are being deeply traumatized.