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Rev. Tom Berlin is a native of Winchester, Virginia, and is a graduate of Virginia Tech and the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. In his current appointment, Tom serves as the Lead Pastor of Floris United Methodist Church in Herndon, Virginia. Headshot from his blog.
The Rev. Tom Berlin

Seeing a Way Forward: The Rev. Tom Berlin

A member of the Commission on a Way Forward, the Rev. Berlin explains that the One Church Plan tries to allow different people to “exercise their own judgment in their cultural context.”

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Theology and Education
More than half of U.S. Methodists — once famous teetotalers — now acknowledge tipping one back from time to time. Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Poll shows church’s shifting views of alcohol

More than half of U.S. Methodists — once famous teetotalers — now acknowledge tipping one back from time to time. That marks a significant change for the tradition.
Global Health
Women check in at registration desks before entering private bays for testing. Over 400 women were screened for cervical cancer during the annual women’s convention at Clare Camping Ground in Rusape, Zimbabwe. Photo by Eveline Chikwanah, UMNS.

Zimbabwe women put focus on cervical cancer

More than 400 women were screened for cervical cancer and those with suspicious results received their first treatment during The United Methodist Church’s annual women’s convention.
Evangelism
Members of the choir welcome visitors to the newly constructed United Methodist church in Gouabo, Côte d'Ivoire.

Growing the church in West Africa

United Methodists in Côte d’Ivoire have committed to planting new churches in areas with few Christians. That commitment is one of the reasons the African church is growing.

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