The MOSAIC now in digital format There is something beautiful about traditions, and they are often very hard to let go of – the MOSAIC (formerly the Herald) is one such tradition for Free Methodists who have been involved in this movement. But like most things in life, change is […]
Another significant change this year has seen Susan DePlanché, the former Administrative Assistant to the Director of Personnel, take on a new role with more responsibility. Susan is now the Credentialing Coordinator. She will work closely with the Director of Leadership Development, the Bishop and the MEGaP committee to ensure
I love how a new calendar year can often feel like a blank canvas. In 2018, there are several things that I hope we choose to paint on our collective calendar together. The first item I would like to work together on is deepening our collective understanding of ministry in
It’s hard to talk about what we are looking forward to in 2018 without talking about what happened in 2017. Lots changed, including my role. I am now the Director of Leadership Development, a role that combines elements the Church Health department and the Personnel Department. Now, 2018 will be
I am excited to introduce three new stewardship resources that will help cultivate gratitude and generosity in our movement. Whole Life Generosity Videos – These four videos introduce the concept of ‘Whole Life Generosity’ – being generous with all of life, with all we have and with all we are.
We have not forgotten the passion shown for doing something about the youth (and children) in our churches. But due to a number of factors, things have gone a little slower than we had hoped. So here is what we are looking forward to in 2018. The Youth Advocate network
For us, the Free Methodist Church family in Canada, to expect anything different from 2017 we would really have to posture ourselves differently, act differently, pray differently, spend differently… otherwise, we should expect pretty much the same outcomes. Our Sunday attendance and membership statistics have been decreasing. In fact, most