Bishop Ward ushers us into the charge conference season, encouraging generous and faithful giving to help teachers, in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, replenish their classrooms for productive learning.
Bishop Ward, using words from the book of Job, gives an update on the North Carolina Conference response to Hurricane Florence.
Bishop Ward gives thanks that in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, God’s people are helping, serving, blessing, and being blessed. She encourages you to share good and inspiring stories of service and blessing.
Bishop Ward continues the conversation about our neighbors by sharing the story of the Good Samaritan and urging us to think of the word “neighbor” as a verb.
Bishop Ward gives thanks for the gifts and ministries of the 13 Native American churches of the conference and highlights Heritage Day on Sept. 8.
Bishop Ward and Steve Hickle share great news from Rise Against Hunger and also about a Methodist and Wesleyan men’s movement to end hunger around the world.
As summer winds down and the school year is beginning, Bishop Ward encourages congregations to be in partnership with public schools through prayer and support.
Dear Friends in Christ, Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ. I extend this annual invitation to celebrate Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries and to support this work generously. Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries was birthed in North Carolina in 1999 as a joint mission endeavor of the North Carolina and Western North… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward and Gary Locklear extend an invitation to participate in one of four Building an Intentional Discipleship System workshops this month.