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Infographic: How Do We Protect Our Undocumented Neighbors? July 25, 2019

A few weeks ago, GCORR joined the United Methodist Immigration Task Force and took action in response to the plight of immigrants, migrants, and asylum-seekers. As United Methodists, we know

Immigration
A Call to Action for United Methodists in Response to the Plight of Migrants July 10, 2019

GCORR joins the United Methodist Immigration Task Force in calling upon all United Methodists to take action in response to the plight of migrants. Please see their statement below followed

Immigration
Resources for Pastors in Cross-Racial, Cross-Cultural Appointments July 2, 2019

Cross-racial and cross-cultural (CR/CC) appointments are appointments of clergypersons to congregations in which the majority of their constituencies are different from the clergyperson’s own racial/ethnic and cultural background. GCORR offers

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
3 Questions to Ask Yourself in a New CR/CC Appointment July 2, 2019

Written by Rev. Dr. Clarence Brown, St. Lukes UMC, Virginia Annual Conference It’s that time again! The season of connectional expression called appointment making. Bishops and Cabinets across the connection

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Becoming a Culturally Competent Leader through Empathy, Curiosity, and Self-Awareness July 2, 2019

Written by Rev. Steve Y. Kim, The United Methodist Church of Huntington-Cold Spring Harbor NY Conference Cross-racial and cross-cultural (CR/CC) ministry is a gift from God. It is a gift

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Tips for a Joyful CR/CC Ministry July 2, 2019

Written by Rev. Young Mee Park, District Superintendent of Dekalb District, Northern Illinois Conference I am a second career, Korean-American clergywoman in my sixteenth year of CR/CC (Cross- Racial/Cross-Cultural) ministry.

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Preaching in Cross-Racial/Cross-Cultural Ministry July 1, 2019

Written by Rev. Moonyoung Lee, Calpac Annual Conference It’s surprising to discover that the majority of United Methodist congregations in the U.S. continues to be predominantly Anglo-centric despite the fact

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Philippines Steering Committee Develops New Relationships and Strategies June 17, 2019

In the photo: Rev. Giovanni Arroyo, Dr. Framer Milla, Bishop Rodolfo “Rudy” Juan, District Superintendent Rev. Joel Bengben, Dr. Revelation Velunta, Rev. Leslie de la Cruz, Rev. Elmer Victoria, Rev.

VBS is Not Immune to Racism June 11, 2019

Editor’s note: Since the time of this writing, Group Publishing has made changes to their curriculum, albeit inadequate. Institutional racism and the pervasiveness of white supremacy are so ingrained in

Equity White Privilege
New Study Guide! Vital Conversations 4: Race, Culture, the Church and Human Sexuality May 1, 2019

Click here to download the new Vital Conversations 4 Study Guide The complete study guide for Vital Conversations 4: Race, Culture, the Church and Human Sexuality video series, 1 –

Race and Ethnicity Vital Conversations
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