Dr. Ken Yamada
Dr. Ken Yamada returns to GBHEM as interim higher education leader
Dr. Ken Yamada will serve as interim associate general secretary for the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry’s Division of Higher Education beginning June 22, 2015.
Theology in Revolution: Clergywomen explore politics, religion in Cuba
This spring, two world-changing events occurred back to back. President Obama met with Cuban President Raúl Castro, the first such meeting in over half a century, and then announced his decision to remove Cuba from the list of states that sponsor terrorism. During this same historic week, 16 UM clergywomen traveled to Cuba for a seminar sponsored by GBHEM and Boston University School of Theology.
Go with God: A Prayer for Graduates
See the graduates from our United Methodist schools, colleges and universities and the words of a benediction written by the Rev. Jay Moyers.
New resource for Spanish-speaking United Methodists responding to God’s call
Spanish-speaking members of The United Methodist Church who are considering God’s call to ministry now have an in-language edition of The Christian as Minister: An Exploration into the Meaning of God’s Call, required reading for ministry candidates.
Nothing is impossible, a UM loan recipient’s story
The Fall United Methodist Loan application opens May 1, for students who are enrolled between August 1 and December 31. The “Smart Loan”—a loan with a 3.75 percent interest rate—can save United Methodist students a tremendous amount of money.
Methodist education associations break new ground in Africa
Long established networks of United Methodist-related educational institutions exist in North America, Latin America and elsewhere, but recently developed networks are emerging on the continent of Africa in full-force.
Dr. Ken Yamada returns to GBHEM as interim higher education leader
Theology in Revolution: Clergywomen explore politics, religion in Cuba
Go with God: A Prayer for Graduates
New resource for Spanish-speaking United Methodists responding to God’s call
Nothing is impossible, a UM loan recipient’s story
Methodist education associations break new ground in Africa

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