IAMSCU Conference Met Under Theme of “Tearing Down Walls”
More than 300 participants from 30 countries across the Methodist connection and educational institutions worldwide gathered for the IAMSCU conference on the campus of Universidad Madero, a Methodist school in Puebla, Mexico.
GBHEM New Board Members
GBHEM Announces New Appointments to the Board of Directors
GBHEM announced the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors: Dr. Vivian Bull, Dr. James Hildreth and Rev. Sun Hee Kim.
Missio Dei Colloquy
GBHEM and AUMTS to Co-Host Colloquy Focused on the Future of the Church
GBHEM and AUMTS today announced plans to co-host an academic theological colloquy, “Missio Dei and the United States: Toward a Faithful United Methodist Witness.” The colloquy, planned in support of the Commission on a Way Forward, will take place November 12-15, 2017 at the Boston School of Theology, Boston University.
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A Journey to South Korea Changes the Lives of Five Pastors
Gaining an understanding of people and cultures that are different from ourselves, and creating inclusive environments for learning, fellowship and worship are a part of building diverse communities of Christ. The Clergy Lifelong Learning Office at GBHEM, in collaboration with Global Ministries, recently gathered a group of United Methodist pastors in South Korea to expand the diversity work of the agency.
Women of Color Scholars
Women of Color Scholars Program Recognizes Recent Ph.D. Graduates
The Office of Loans and Scholarships at the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) recognized three recent Doctor of Philosophy graduates who participated in the Women of Color (WOC) Scholars Program: Mary Wong Cheng, Michele Watkins and Catherine E. Williams. Each scholar graduated in May 2017.
2017 CCTE Grants
Commission on Central Conference Theological Education Announces 2017 Grant Recipients
The Commission on Central Conference Theological Education awarded 67 grants totaling more than $1 million to the seven Central Conferences of The United Methodist Church. The grants fund theological education advances at theological institutions, Boards of Ordained Ministry and agencies integrally related to training United Methodist pastors.
David N. Field Releases a New Book with GBHEM Publishing
The Publishing Office at GBHEM announced the release of a new book, “Bid Our Jarring Conflicts Cease: A Wesleyan Theology and Praxis of Church Unity.” In this work, David N. Field examines and interprets three of John Wesley's key sermons and Wesley’s interpretation of holiness in terms of Methodist identity and diversity especially as it relates to human sexuality.
IAMSCU Conference Met Under Theme of “Tearing Down Walls”
GBHEM Announces New Appointments to the Board of Directors
GBHEM and AUMTS to Co-Host Colloquy Focused on the Future of the Church
A Journey to South Korea Changes the Lives of Five Pastors
Women of Color Scholars Program Recognizes Recent Ph.D. Graduates
Commission on Central Conference Theological Education Announces 2017 Grant Recipients
David N. Field Releases a New Book with GBHEM Publishing

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