25 Mar 2015 Willson Lecture: Formation for Ministry in American Methodism – Part I

2015 Willson Lecture: Formation for Ministry in American Methodism – Part I


Historical scholar and dean emeritus of Candler School of Theology, Dr. Russell E. Richey urged the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry to help United Methodist seminaries work together to become more collaborative and cooperative as they serve their students and the church during the Willson Lecture, which he delivered at GBHEM’s Board of Directors meeting on March 12, 2015. Full lecture.


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