This course is not just for women! The workshop is about how Christians in different cultures, different time periods, and different social locations have told their faith stories. Amy Oden, professor of the History of Christianity at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, presents video...

This is an Adult Education Course hosted by Gregory Ingram featuring contributions by 9 of the world’s leading Methodist scholars. It builds on the history of Methodism by examining Methodist beliefs and focusing especially on those doctrines that make Methodists distinctive. Eight half-hour long presentations by...

Grace and Peace be with you.  Our country, churches and our even lives are engaged in emotionally charged, high stakes conversations.  Holding firm to our convictions while listening with courtesy and respect can be a challenge. Using various online resource and our own life experiences each...

Are you called to Certified Lay Ministry? Do you feel a call on your life to serve outside of the walls of the church in cooperation with ordained clergy? Are you called to lead discipleship programs, accountability groups, or even to help serve small membership...

On October 19, 2015, the British Government issued a report that recommended mosques be closed by the state to avoid them becoming dissemination points of radicalizing messages. This was done in the name of keeping Britain’s “multi-racial, multi-faith democracy” safe. In a day when major...

Dare we think about “common worship” in a social context that more readily identifies polarization rather than commonality? For many in our churches, the answer is a straightforward “No.” Our age of specialization, niche marketing, and individual interest prevents any other answer. There is little...