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The United Methodist Social Principles say, “All creation is the Lord’s, and we are responsible for the ways in which we use and abuse it." How can your congregation live out this principle?
Several times a year, BeADisciple.com hosts online courses which have been approved by Discipleship Ministries (formerly the General Board of Discipleship) as an advanced course in Lay Servant Ministries.
The bless model of discipleship calls on people to bless, listen, eat, serve and share.