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GBHEM LAUNCHES NEW COMPREHENSIVE EM360 ASSESSMENT SYSTEM TO HELP STRENGTHEN PASTORAL LEADERSHIP, ENHANCE CONNECTION

by: Dawn Scott

June 11, 2021

Research-Based, Strengths-Focused Tool Offers Enhanced Reporting, Mobile Format to Help Clergy, District Superintendents and Annual Conferences Better Quantify Leadership Effectiveness and Develop Plans to Enhance Ministry NASHVILLE, Tenn. – To ensure local pastors have a complete view of their ministry and how to continue developing engagement within their church, GBHEM has introduced the all-new, strengths-focused

BOM Academy 2020-2021

by: Dawn Scott

April 7, 2021

Sept. 23-May 29 The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) invites you to join BOM Academy 2020-2021. We have remodeled our quadrennial training of Board of Ordained Ministry members into a unique multipart virtual training with special appearances by nationally renowned experts in theology and faithful leadership. As our Church confronts global crises

Journey Toward Ordained Ministry Profile: The Rev. John Mark Wang, Senior Pastor, Cornerstone United Methodist Church, Placentia, California

by: GBHEM

March 24, 2021

JTOM scholar/mentor credits The United Methodist Church with guiding him “through classes, workshops, trainings and colleagues to serve God and the world.” By Barbara Dunlap-Berg Preacher’s kid John Mark Wang didn’t hear how passionately God was calling him to ordained ministry until his father recruited him to lead fellowship games with teenagers and provide a

GBHEM to Host Renowned Travel Expert Rick Steves for Exclusive Live Discussion on “Travel as Spiritual Act”

by: Dawn Scott

March 12, 2021

TV Host and Author to Share How Connecting with Communities, Cultures Has Inspired His Own Spiritual Growth on March 23 As travelers worldwide cautiously await the opportunity to pack their bags once again, renowned travel expert and author Rick Steves will join the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) for a live discussion

Journey Toward Ordained Ministry Helps Seminarians Discover How God is Calling Them

by: Dawn Scott

March 11, 2021

The Rev. Carlos S. Reyes Rodriguez, Racial Equity and Community Engagement Manager, National Justice for Our Neighbors By Barbara Dunlap-Berg, with biographical information courtesy of Global Ministries Growing up in Colombia, South America, Carlos S. Reyes Rodriguez was surrounded by people of many cultures and varying needs. “My mom was one of 14 children,” he

Journey Toward Ordained Ministry Offers Freedom to be Oneself

by: Dawn Scott

March 9, 2021

Brown says Journey Toward Ordained Ministry offers freedom to be oneself, along with practical approaches to ministry. By Barbara Dunlap-Berg. The youngest of four children, Alexis Faith Brown grew up in a fun-loving, nurturing home in Baltimore. Her mother is an ordained elder in the Baltimore-Washington Conference and her father, who died in 1996, was

Journey Toward Ordained Ministry Mentor Shares Experiences, Knowledge

by: GBHEMMadm

March 3, 2021

Navigating the ordination process is not always easy. The Rev. Nickie Moreno Howard helps others on the journey. By Barbara Dunlap-Berg. Even as a little girl, she knew she would pursue ordination. “I always loved church and couldn’t wait for the chance to preach and lead Bible studies,” said Moreno Howard. She attended college at

GBHEM’s ‘Our Road Reimagined’ Takes Shape

by: Katie Tait

January 15, 2021

The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) announced its blueprint for “Our Road Reimagined” in August, detailing plans to realign its culture and organizational structure to allow the agency to continue its mission in a more effective, innovative and sustainable way. GBHEM’s mission is not changing, but the needs of the evolving United

In Memoriam: Professor Munashe Furusa, Vice Chancellor of Africa University

by: Katie Tait

January 13, 2021

The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry mourns the passing of its friend, colleague and partner in higher education, Professor Munashe Furusa, vice chancellor of Africa University. Furusa died in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Jan. 13 in Mutare, Zimbabwe after a brief illness. He was 59 years old. “I was deeply saddened

Women of Color Scholars’ Series: Santiago Correa Erases Racial Lines in Afro-Latinx Theology

by: Katie Tait

December 8, 2020

By Jessica Love The daughter of two United Methodist ministers, Yolanda Santiago Correa was determined to take her career in a different direction. Yet, the prophetic call of ministry and the powerful connectivity of the United Methodist Church was too loud for the Puerto Rico native to ignore. “I started getting all of these opportunities…While

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