Wood ministry brings winter warmth

Gene Claypool, Nic Tesone and Jack Allen split wood for people in need. They are part of a team in Anderson, South Carolina that cuts and delivers firewood so elderly, sick or financially struggling people can stay warm in frigid winter months. Photo by Danny Thompson, South Carolina United Methodist Advocate.
Gene Claypool, Nic Tesone and Jack Allen split wood for people in need. They are part of a team in Anderson, South Carolina that cuts and delivers firewood so elderly, sick or financially struggling people can stay warm in frigid winter months. Photo by Danny Thompson, South Carolina United Methodist Advocate.

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Daily Digest - February 15, 2019

Musical instruments for evangelism; MLK's driver had front seat to history; GC2019 commentary
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The Rev. Molly Vetter. Photo by Allison Knight.

Commentary: Grateful for gifts of LGBTQ in church

The Rev. Molly Vetter says that throughout her life, she has been blessed by the gifts of mentors and colleagues in ministry who are LGBTQ.
Church Growth
Walter Mujuru (right), Zimbabwe West Conference music director, teaches marimba basics to participants at the episcopal area’s annual arts workshop in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. Photo by Eveline Chikwanah, UMNS.

Using musical instruments for evangelism

Zimbabwe Episcopal Area teaches church members to play new instruments to hone their talents and attract young people to worship.