In this time of the over-present reality of COVID-19, we remember our call outward into the world in ways beyond our regular habits and schedules. Thank you for all the ways you are using your telephones and technologies to connect people.
On this anniversary of strong public witness for voting rights, we remember our call to social holiness in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hearing these words repeatedly, I give thanks for the wonderful ways you are reaching out in this time of COVID-19.
In the wake of the Nashville storms and tornado and during the ongoing disaster ministry work in the North Carolina Conference, Bishop Ward encourages us to support UMCOR Sunday during the month of March.
Bishop Ward, friends from SE Asia and others who deeply care about Asian Ministries are meeting in Raleigh to share the good ministries happening there and to discuss the challenges and how those challenges can be met.
Bishop Ward invites us to journey through this Lenten season growing deeper in faith, compassion, mercy, justice and love.
Bishop Ward and Bishop Robert Schnase of the Rio Texas Conference discuss the many ways United Methodists are in ministry at the US/Mexico border.
“Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.” Bishop Ward invites interested persons to participate in Conflict Transformation Ministries.
Bishop Ward greets us from Hawaii to remind us that we are in the season of green – the season of newness of life.