SEJ elects slate for jurisdictional committees and general agencies

The Southeastern Jurisdiction now has a new slate of people serving on jurisdictional committees and general agencies this quadrennium—including two Hispanic/Latinx persons and one Native American added Thursday to address an oversight. By Jessica Brodie.

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SEJ Day 1: What happened?

South Carolina United Methodists are among the more than 400 delegates gathered this week for The United Methodist Church’s Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, a three-day gathering held to do the business of the denomination in this region. Here's what happened today.

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Now what?

Let’s pick up our crosses, set our sights on our risen savior and walk with him, bringing others alongside. Let’s focus more on doing his work instead of arguing about things. By Jessica Brodie.

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The story of the Eye Clinic at the Methodist Project at Gebeau in Jérémie, Haiti, as told by ophthalmologist Dr. Hal H. Crosswell Jr.

What I Want My Kids (and Me) to Know

A lunchbox napkin project with the Rev. Tyler Strange's daughter has been turned into a book of 45 “napkin thoughts” to help everyone discover new ways to become better humans.

Laughing All the Way to Heaven

The Rev. Dr. Kim Strong offers humorous stories from his pastor’s life, from his first years finding his footing in a small rural church to his retirement years, often spent on his Harley-Davidson.

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