Rev. C. Anthony Hunt explains how Martin Luther King, Jr.’s prophetic witness was grounded in four principles — call, conviction, courage, and commitment. Even 50 years after King’s assassination, these principles are still relevant to leaders engaging in prophetic witness and public ministry.
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Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-16 will be guiding the Baltimore-Washington Conference in the coming year.
In keeping with the circuit rider tradition, Bishop LaTrelle Easterling recently traveled to the districts of the Baltimore-Washington Conference to meet separately with clergy and laity, to hear what’s on their minds and to share the age-old question: “How is it with your soul?”
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With the push of a button on Dec. 13, Sharon Shaw, the Accounts Payable manager for the Baltimore-Washington Conference, sent the conference’s final General Church apportionment payment for 2017. And with that same motion, a streak that began years ago reached a milestone: for 20 consecutive...
Two Oklahoma churches -- one white, one black -- offer a unique model for shared ministry.
When they chose “Wonder” as a theme for Advent, the people of Severna Park UMC had little idea how wonder-full their church would become.
“Coming Home” captured the theme of this year’s annual Advent candlelight service held on Dec. 10 at the historic Strawbridge Shrine near New Windsor.
The 20-year streak is a testament to the strength of the BWC and its commitment to be in mission and ministry with others around the world.
The Commission on a Way Forward created a handbook for the Council of Bishops about their work so far, and invite you to join them in study, reflection and prayer.