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E-Resources: Keeping Connected While Social Distancing

E-Resources: Keeping Connected While Social Distancing

GBHEM offers tools and resources to take education and ministry online.

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2020 General Conference Postponed: Updated Details and Agency Information

2020 General Conference Postponed: Updated Details and Agency Information

In light of the global pandemic, the 2020 General Conference has been postponed. GBHEM will post conference updates here as they become available.

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The Awakened Life 2020 Retreat Schedule

The Awakened Life 2020 Retreat Schedule

“The Awakened Life: An Eight-Week Guide to Student Well-Being” is an exciting resource to help our campus leaders address issues of student well-being. Sign Up Today for Virtual and In-Person Training Retreats.

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GBHEM Moves to Remote Work in Response to COVID-19

GBHEM Moves to Remote Work in Response to COVID-19

Beginning Monday, March 16, GBHEM will temporarily migrate to a remote-work model for the majority of its staff. The agency will also cancel all planned domestic and international employee travel for the next 30 days.

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Lead On. We’re With You.

We are GBHEM, the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. As The United Methodist Church’s leadership development center, we nurture and resource lay and clergy leaders around the world. We help people discover, claim and flourish in their callings. We stand with them, connecting them with what they need to be principled Christian leaders who seek to better the world.

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Effective Ministry 360

With EM360, congregations can establish clear ministry goals and plan ways to successfully meet those goals today and in the future.

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 >

Nevertheless She Leads Postcolonial Women’s Leadership for the Church

Edited by Hirho Y. Park, M. Kathryn Armistead

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Transforming the Church so all are equal.

Women have been the church, women are the church, and women will be the church. In 2020, t... MORE >