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Register Now for Intersections Conference to Discuss Diversity on College Campuses
GBHEM will host the Intersections Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on March 23-25, 2018. Registration is available now through February 22, 2018. The event is designed for college administrators, faculty, chaplains and campus ministers, student life staff members, students, church leaders, and others interested in the impact of increased religious diversity on college campuses.
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New Documentary Celebrates the Legacy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities
“Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities” is a documentary that examines the impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) on U.S. history, culture and identity. The work of The Black College Fund at GBHEM supports the 11 United Methodist-related historically Black colleges and universities and is included within the documentary.
IAMSCU Sponsoring the International Symposium on Reconciliation and Human Rights
IAMSCU is sponsoring the International Symposium on Reconciliation and Human Rights March 10, 2018, at Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan. Dr. Thomas Berger, Boston University, is the keynote speaker on “Nationalism and Reconciliation.” Panelists include Dr. Florita Miranda, President, Wesleyan College of Manila; Dr. Young Min Paik, Professor, Yonsei Graduate School of Theology; and Dr. Takashi Oshimura, Vice-President, Aoyama Gakuin...
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GBHEM Partnership Offers United Methodist Students an Innovative Class on Building Sustainable and Resilient Communities
With the launch of GBHEM's Regional Hub for Leadership, Education and Development (LEaD) for North America, one the first initiatives, is partnering with the ecological sustainability faculty at Boston University, Green Mountain College and Oklahoma City University to organize the Summer Sustainability Institute 2018 for undergraduate students from Methodist-related colleges and universities, June 3 to 17, 2018.
GBHEM Publishing Releases a Book Offering Help for Missional Churches
Ideal for those who want to engage or are engaged in mission, this new book by Laceye and Gaston Warner encourages readers to move mission beyond “us and them” to “all of us together.”
GBHEM Publishing Releases a Book Offering Hope for The UMC
In the book, Lawrence explores the meaning for the requiem as a voice of hope for Christians. Lawrence explains that the word “requiem” heralds the promise of resurrection and power of life. A requiem is not about death, rather it is a prayer that accepts Jesus’s redemptive sacrifice, trusts in his resurrection, and finds abundant life. Lawrence asserts that this can help Christians be confident and remain unshaken by the challenges we face as...
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EIST Grants Are Used to Transform Young Lives and Recruit Minorities for Church Service
GBHEM's mission is centered around the formation and development of leaders for The United Methodist Church. As leaders reflect the people that they serve, GBHEM is committed to ensuring that ethnically diverse leaders at every level are recruited, trained and retained for service within the church. Ethnic In-Service Training Grants (EIST) award up to $10,000 for innovative minority training programs. Applications open now!
Register Now for Intersections Conference to Discuss Diversity on College Campuses
New Documentary Celebrates the Legacy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities
IAMSCU Sponsoring the International Symposium on Reconciliation and Human Rights
GBHEM Partnership Offers United Methodist Students an Innovative Class on Building Sustainable and Resilient Communities
GBHEM Publishing Releases a Book Offering Help for Missional Churches
GBHEM Publishing Releases a Book Offering Hope for The UMC
EIST Grants Are Used to Transform Young Lives and Recruit Minorities for Church Service

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