Social Concerns
Clergywomen receive leadership training from the Rev. Joseph Bituka during the Kivu Annual Conference in June. Photo by Judith Osongo Yanga, UMNS.

Helping trauma survivors heal in the Congo

Clergywomen learn strategies for leading, evangelizing and counseling faithful in conflict settings.
General Church
The Revs. Pauline Hyekyoung Kang (left) and Motoe Yamada Foor lead the Holy Communion prayer at the opening worship service of the 2018 Ohana Conference. Photo by the Rev. Thomas Kim, UMNS.

Become global leaders, clergywomen told

A challenge given to the 2018 Ohana Conference participants: For Such a Time as This, Put Out into Deep Water.
Theology and Education
The Rev. Mary Elizabeth Moore, dean of Boston University School of Theology, helped lead a Nov. 12-15 colloquy in Boston titled “Missio Dei and the United States: Toward a Faithful United Methodist Witness.

‘Missio Dei’ proves challenging colloquy topic

Board of Higher Education and Ministry gathers United Methodist bishops, seminary scholars for discussion of God’s mission for the church
Human Sexuality
Morris L. Davis, a professor of Christian history and Wesleyan studies at Drew University, speaks to a group of United Methodist scholars and other observers at Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. The gathering focused on church unity and the church’s impasse on homosexuality. Photo by Ebony Lincoln, Higher Education and Ministry.

Scholars raise doubts about church's future

Higher Education and Ministry brought together seminary professors to discuss the denomination’s current impasse on homosexuality.

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