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May 8, 2020 How long, O Lord, how long? The February killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia, is another incident that torchlights the darkest moments of our history.
GCORR Real Talk May 6, 2020
GCORR Real Talk is a series of conversations with community and faith leaders to discuss and uncover the disparities of race, ethnicity, age, and socioeconomic status that are deeply embedded
March 22, 2020 Photo credit: Getty Images/The Washington Post/Jabin Botsford GCORR denounces the U.S. President’s racist language to describe the Coronavirus as “The Chinese Virus.” Not only does this unapologetic
COVID-19 Response March 18, 2020
Dear friends and partners in ministry, Out of an abundance of caution, and in an effort to help curb the spread of COVID-19, GCORR operations are being temporarily adjusted. All
Disability Leaders Meet with GCORR December 4, 2019
By Rev. Leo Yates, Jr. Re-posted with permission Tuesday, November 26, 2019 Leaders of the DisAbility Ministries Committee (DMC), which is temporarily under the Council of Bishops, and from the
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
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
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. 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
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.