If we really believe that in Christ there is no male or female, it should trouble us deeply that so many men are missing from our midst.
Enjoy this podcast on “The Arc of Scattered Nations” with Dr. Kimberly Reisman and Rev. Jeremy Steele of the New Room podcast at Seedbed.
Here are a few snapshots from World Methodist Conference 2016 in Houston, Texas.
Today we begin our World Methodist Conference sessions, Nazarenes and United Methodists, Koreans and Nigerians, hipsters and retirees – what a gift. More than 80 different denominations participate in the World Methodist Council, representing more than 82 million people in 134 countries. What would Susanna Wesley think of her boys’ legacy?
In a polarized age of mistrust and skepticism, Christ-followers are called to a restorative witness, proclaiming the whole creation nature of salvation.
Look for our World Methodist Evangelism table if you’re joining us for this rich time of encouragement, learning and worship.
Behind this structure of witness, everyone must first have a posture of availability.
let’s look closer at the story of Babel. The first thing we learn is that there was only one language and one people – “now the whole earth had one language and the same words” – that ought to be a red flag for us. It ought to alert us that something isn’t right.
This congregation has a fresh, invigorated vision of proclaiming God’s Kingdom in their hometown and around the world (including an appreciation for four-legged outreach).
In a few short weeks, Methodists from dozens of denominations and countries will gather for the World Methodist Conference in Houston – the first time in several decades that the event has been held in North America. We are excited to reconnect with our brothers and sisters from around the world.
Will you pray with us today for the speakers preparing for this gathering?