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Month: April 2016

Grace in Vladivostok: The Sum Is Greater Than Its Parts

I have often said that the Methodist Wesleyan family is more than the sum of its parts. That is because when the family gathers it is a Revelation moment. People gathered around the throne of God, from every tribe and people group, every shape, size, color, and language. And God’s home is there, among the people.


Run with Scissors: Support Congo Seamstresses

Two dressmaking schools in the Democratic Republic of Congo are fighting human trafficking by helping women learn a skilled trade: dressmaking.


Ripple Effect: Order of the Flame

Ireland hears about World Methodist Evangelism’s Order of the Flame evangelism conference through conference speaker, musician and participant Jean Watson’s radio show on UCB Ireland.


The Carrot Clarinet: Have We Left Evangelism in the Hands of the Experts?

Today, consider this simple question: have we left evangelism in the hands of the experts? As you watch the short but mesmerizing video, allow yourself to consider simple, home-spun, creative answers to challenges that face the church.


World Methodist Evangelism: Vladivostok Edition

World Methodist Evangelism Executive Director Dr. Kimberly Reisman is working with the World Methodist Evangelism Institute at a regional evangelism seminar in Vladivostok, Russia. Nestled in far eastern Russia, Vladivostok sits on the Sea of Japan just an hour from the borders of China and North Korea, a short flight from Seoul, South Korea.