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GCORR presents a free online course Implicit Bias: What We Don’t Think We Think Based off of the popular Implicit Bias Workbook, GCORR has created an online course for anyone who is interested in
Advent Week Four: Trust God in Times of Challenge, Struggle, and Change Isaiah 7:1-2, 10-16 (NRSV) NOTE TO PASTORS/PREACHERS: Because this Scripture includes a string of names, you may want to
Advent Week 3: Finding Joy after the Wilderness Isaiah 35:1-10 The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad, the desert shall rejoice and blossom; like the crocus it shall
Advent Week Two: The Wolf Shall Lie With the Lamb Isaiah 11:1-10 (NRSV) A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his
Resource for pastors and church leaders Advent is a time of preparatory waiting. In our contemporary times, preparation often includes details, timelines, and a specific plan. This type of planning
More than Gun Laws, More than Mental Health: Let’s Talk About Mass Violence Fueled by White Supremacy
In the aftermath of two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, many religious, medical, and political experts have publicly blamed lack of adequate mental health care, flaccid
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
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
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.
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