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Month: May 2020

Looking Ahead – WME Upcoming Events – June 2020

May 31, 2020

WME is involved in a variety of ministries and covets your prayers for these upcoming events: Thursday Evening Prayer ~…

Reckoning Before Revival by Elizabeth Glass-Turner

May 30, 2020

For many, reckoning means hope.

“Overwhelmed”: How Our Pastors Are Coping with Pandemic

May 27, 2020

“I am anxious about what the church may look like in the next few months. I am constantly preoccupied and thinking about what we need to do. This often leads me to feel overwhelmed and inadequate, as I try to anticipate what we need to be doing next.”

The Body Of Hope

May 25, 2020

Dr. Beth Felker Jones is Professor of Theology at Wheaton College, in Wheaton, IL and a senior John Wesley Fellow….

A Prayer for Burning Grace: Protocols & Pentecost by Elizabeth Glass Turner

May 22, 2020

When the strain is greatest, let’s continue to forge ahead with creative resilience.

Fishing through the Disappointment of Empty Nets by Edgar Bazan

May 15, 2020

You and I have fished in those same waters, haven’t we? When we put everything into a marriage to make it wonderful, but in the end, our net came back empty. When we invested blood, sweat, and time into a job, but the company downsized and our net came back empty. Our moment of “fishing” happens when we are trying our best to make a living, raise a family, and do good. But just like the disciples, our nets come back empty.

What is Evangelism?

May 11, 2020

Rob Haynes and Kim Reisman discuss the foundations for faith-sharing in the modern world. Check out this episode!

How to Communicate Change in Church Policy During Chaotic Times by Priscilla Hammond

If you are you struggling to make decisions about policy and how to communicate those decisions to your church during this chaotic time, you are not alone. In this new normal of remote church, much consumes our day-to-day activities. It is difficult to plan and communicate future steps.

Take Five: Quick Wisdom Under Pressure by Michelle Bauer

May 6, 2020

Here are five daily meditations on wisdom, bite-sized and brief enough to fit between Zoom calls. Each contains a timely word of wisdom. Breathe these in during a moment of solitude, with housemates, or as a family.