A halo of possibility is always right beside us.
Dr. Stuart Kauffman, a theoretical biologist and complex systems researcher, believes that alongside the other general laws of physics should be something he calls the “Adjacent Possible Theory.”More Information
2020 General Conference: GBHEM Reports and Legislation
GBHEM has presented reports and legislation to be received and acted upon by the delegates.More Information
Ethnic-in-Service Training Grant Applications Now Open
These grants are awarded in sums up to $10,000 and are given to programs designed to bolster recruitment, training and retention of ethnic persons for leadership positions at every level of the church and its ministry.More Information
Privileged to Serve: Lessons in Leadership and Life
College presidents are often legendary because of their famous students or the historical reputation of their institutions. Others are distinguished through nationally earned reputations...More Information
GBHEM Stands with Our Schools
Friends, John Wesley carefully intertwined education with faith when he formed the Methodist tradition as a student movement at the University of Oxford in 1729, and later founded Kingswood School in 1748. Nearly three hundred years later, the tradition of Wesleyan education has lifted millions out of poverty, swept the fervor for social justice across every continent of the earth and created space for society’s most marginalized people to step forward and claim their voice as principled Christian leaders. MORE >
Singing the Faith Soundings of Lyrical Theology in the Methodist Tradition
Methodists embody and experience their theology through singing the faith.
The Wesleyan tradition was born in song and early Methodist people... MORE >