Free online education, mobile-friendly content highlight website redesign Discipleship Ministries’ site adds new features, better navigation NASHVILLE, TENN. NOV. 4 – Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church has launched its newly redesigned website to positive reviews from church leaders. “The newly redesigned UMCDiscipleship.org is the public face of everything we offer the Church to assist leaders… Continue Reading→
Hurricane Florence’s impact was felt well inland of its Wilmington landfall. The Waccamaw River, 70 miles from the coast, overran its banks and crested at well over 20 feet. Miss Ada’s home was one of the many homes damaged in Columbus County near the river. As the waters receded and recovery efforts began, the decision… Continue Reading→
We are in the midst of getting a shipment ready to send to Armenia. In particular, items that we are working on now will be sent to families in Artsakh (also known as Nagorno-Karabakh). This area of the world in the Caucasus Mountains has become a refuge for persons who have been forced to leave… Continue Reading→
Isaiah 6:8 “Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here I am. Send me!” The last three years have delivered a tremendous blow to our state, our counties, our churches, and our neighbors. With the onset of Hurricanes Matthew in… Continue Reading→
The Insurance and Pension newsletters for November are now available. Please follow the links to read important information regarding benefits.
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Disaster Ministries serves as a caring Christian presence in the aftermath of disaster, fostering partnerships between United Methodists and others to help rebuild homes, communities, and lives. We are so thankful for the partnerships we have developed with state organizations and other relief groups. United Methodist Committee on Relief We are grateful for our partnership… Continue Reading→
United Methodist Communications Office of Public Information FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 30, 2019 New United Methodist Ad Campaign Addresses Loneliness Nashville, Tennessee – The United Methodist Church has launched the “Not the Only One” advertising campaign to help offer encouragement through community. Research continues to emphasize people are experiencing a growing sense of loneliness. In… Continue Reading→
Bowen Family Systems Theory No man [human] is an island,” mused 17th century English poet, John Donne, in his poem of the same name. Dr. Murray Bowen, a 20th century psychiatrist, would agree. Bowen saw his patients not as isolated individuals, but as members of a system. Dr. Bowen originated his Family Systems Theory over… Continue Reading→