Black Methodists for Church Renewal,Inc.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
YOUTH IN ACTION. (United Methosist Advocate)
S.C.’s Heather Cochran represents BMCR on Division of Ministries with Young People
ORANGEBURG – Heather Cochran lives her life to reflect what late spiritual leader and peace activist Mahatma Gandhi once said: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Indeed, at just 18 years old, Cochran is making great strides in living that change. >>Read more
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Gulfside Assembly has withstood its share of adversity.
Founded in Waveland by the first black elected bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church as a boarding school for boys, it was heavily damaged by fire in the 1940s. Later, it became one of the few places that welcomed blacks and whites during the South's violent civil rights era. >>Read more
Partnerships strengthen the black churches:
Once-dormant ministries have come to life. New tithers have helped double the weekly offering. The average number of worshippers has increased from 115 to 175 at Lennon-Seney United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tenn. >>Read more
Its a pleasure to introduce Impact Church's first book Zero to 80: Innovative Ideas for Planting and Accelerating Church Growth. It is an easy read for busy church leaders seeking new strategies for innovative and more effective ministry. >>Read More
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