A report created by the National Association for The Advancement of Colored People’s Quality Education Task Force promoting an action plan to save America’s public schools through quality education for all children.
The Pan-Methodist Campaign began in 1998 after the bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and United Methodist Church voted to launch a dramatic demonstration of their solidarity in commitment to children in poverty.
In this report, information is provided that deals with issues such as home factors, food security, availability of health insurance and child care, and comparisons are made between poor and non-poor children.
A series of opportunities hosted by the Center for Leadership Excellence tailored for Missouri United Methodist laity and clergy with the intent to deepen and resource spiritual conversation and connection.
Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended provides financial assistance to local educational agencies and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
Undivided documents the true story of how a suburban church unites with at-risk Roosevelt High School - once Portland, Oregon’s most outstanding but now failing and slated for closure - to create a beautiful transformation for students, the school and the volunteers serving it.
Simple and practical toolkits on the nature of discipleship in whatever format best fits your need – sermon starters, small group leader training, a one-time group study, or a small group study series.
The original resource for the international movement called Fresh Expressions – missionary disciples cultivating new kinds of church alongside existing congregations to more effectively engage our growing post-Christian society.
An 11-month intentional community of potential and existing planters for shared worship, learning, accountability and discernment infused with coaching and mentorship with the intended goal that 100% of participants begin a new faith community within 1 year to reach new people.
A fresh new guide to the theory and practice of the Wesley class meeting, showing its relevance for the church today and how its reclamation may be a perfect means for church renewal and multiplication.
Worship professor and practitioner, Constance M. Cherry provides worship leaders with credible blueprint plans for designing powerful worship services. This resource also works well as a guide for worship-planning teams in local churches.
Shares the process of developing a discipleship pathway that meets individuals where they are with practical instruction on how to plan, implement and sustain a discipleship pathway based on Stride: Creating a Discipleship Pathway for Your Church.
A practical webinar led by Rev. Dr. Ken Nash is the lead pastor of Wesleyan Church of Hamburg in Hamburg, NY on the concept of multiplication and the “art of reproducing yourself” including the simple and effective FAN method.
Revs. Scott Hughes, UMC Discipleship Ministries, and Charity Goodwin, Missouri UMC (Columbia), share ways discipleship planning, leadership development and small groups can lead to an exciting fall season.
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