Resources - Newsletter+
Other resources you may be interested in besides the ones we are already linked to:
The Interpreter Magazine - the official magazine for United Methodist laity and clergy published by the United Methodist Communications division.
The General Board of Discipleship assists annual conferences, districts, and local churches of all membership sizes in their efforts to win persons to Jesus Christ as his disciples and to help these persons to grow in their understanding of God that they may respond in faith and love, to the end that they may know who they are and what their human situation means, increasingly identifying themselves as children of God and members of the Christian community, to live in the Spirit of God in every relationship, to fulfill their common discipleship in the world, and to abide in the Christian hope.
The Appalachia Service Project is a home construction ministry (Appalachia Service Project) set in the Appalachian mountains our youth participates in.
Virginia Conference of United Methodist Churches - website for statewide United Methodist church, resources, and information.
United Methodist missionary Wes Magruder's blog of his ministry in West Africa.
Rev. Elizabeth Quick's blog from New York state.
www.blogger.com - if you are interested in blogging yourself!
Christian Educators website, including program resources, networking and career information.
Methodist history, book reviews and notes about meetings.
Being Christian involves being shaped by the language of the Christian tradition, including the Bible as the foundation of the tradition. Some people in this church understand Christian language quite literally and factually. Others understand it more symbolically and metaphorically. What we share is a common passion for the more-than-literal meaning of the stores and teachings that shape us.