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The Rev. Sterling Eaton (left) and Greg Arnold share a laugh as they haul a heavy filing cabinet into their new office at the 810 Twelfth Avenue South building in Nashville, Tenn. Eaton is director of the Center for Men’s Ministries and Arnold is chief executive at United Methodist Men. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

UM Men is on the move

In the first 18 months of his tenure as the top executive of United Methodist Men, Greg Arnold has moved to redefine the organization and direct it toward a vital future.
Disciple Bible Study participants meet online during a small group session. The women are alpha testers for the new BeADisciple Study App. Beta testing of the app begins Aug. 1, with a full rollout scheduled for 2024. Photo courtesy of the Richard and Julia Wilke Institute for Discipleship.

Disciple Bible Study goes digital

Since its launch in 1987, Disciple Bible Study has drawn more than 3 million participants.
Faith Stories
Harriett Jane Olson helps lead the 150th anniversary celebration for United Methodist Women during the 2016 General Conference in Portland, Ore. Olson retired in May after 15 years as top executive of the women’s organization, which rebranded as United Women in Faith in 2022. Olson says it has been her job to help people see the work the agency is doing and the impact it has on the world. File photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

From girlhood activist to denominational leader

Harriett Jane Olson embraces retirement as she recalls rewarding career as lawyer, publisher and top executive of United Women in Faith.

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