Women of Color Scholars Program celebrates its 40th graduate
Shortly after receiving her doctoral degree, Dr. AHyun Lee’s excitement extended far beyond her personal accomplishment. Lee, the most recent graduate of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry’s Women of Color Scholars Program, had high praise for the program.
Application deadline for Ethnic In-Service Training grants approaching
The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry is accepting grant applications to fund programs that recruit, train and retain racial-ethnic United Methodists for leadership positions until July 31.
University Senate balances extensive agenda at spring meeting
The University Senate met June 25-26 in Atlanta, Georgia, to determine which schools, colleges and universities and theological schools meet the criteria for listing as institutions affiliated with The United Methodist Church.
African Portuguese-speaking United Methodist leaders meet in Johannesburg
Many graduates from the Sol Africa program attended the consultation, a follow up to the 2011 Theological Lusophone Consultation held in Portugal, now as leaders in their community or church, delivering presentations to bishops, professors and others.
The E-Reader Project expands in Angola, provides essential textbooks for theology students
Staff the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry and Discipleship Ministries traveled to the annual conferences of Angola East and West, May 12–23, 2015, to introduce e-readers at two United Methodist schools of theology as part of the E-Reader Project.
New leadership resource focuses on call and vocational discernment
God calls everyone into ministry, but ministry means more than ordination. This summer, a new resource, “Called: One Word, Many Ways,” equips congregational leadership to ask important questions around call and help individuals listen for God’s voice, discern what has been heard, and respond faithfully.
Women of Color Scholars Program celebrates its 40th graduate
Application deadline for Ethnic In-Service Training grants approaching
University Senate balances extensive agenda at spring meeting
African Portuguese-speaking United Methodist leaders meet in Johannesburg
The E-Reader Project expands in Angola, provides essential textbooks for theology students
New leadership resource focuses on call and vocational discernment

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