Bishop Ward comments on Jesus’ observation in the Gospel of John that there are still sheep that are not in the fold. We should be about welcoming all into the flock of the Good Shepherd.
Bishop Ward reminds us of the $1 million Annual Conference goal for Imagine No Malaria and encourages us to be active on World Malaria Day (April 25) raising money to eradicate malaria.
Just as Christ was walking with the men to Emmaus, Bishop Ward reminds us that no matter the situation, the risen Christ never leaves us.
The Lord is risen! He is risen indeed!
Bishop Ward continues to guide us through Holy Week, as we give thanks for God’s redeeming and overwhelming mercy and grace to us, through the sacrifice of his Son, Jesus Christ.
Bishop Ward encourages us to follow Jesus with our hearts, rather than our heads, as we enter into the last days of Lent .
In recognition of Saint Patrick’s Day, Bishop Ward shares the story of Saint Patrick, the missionary sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with the people of Ireland
Bishop Ward and Bishop Hee-Soo Jung reflect on the life-giving ministry of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR).
Bishop Ward reflects on the unfolding tension in days leading to the Easter story and reminds us conflict transformation is possible. To learn more about Just Peace and “Leading in Anxious Times” visit: http://justpeaceumc.org/.