Videos & Stories
see how other United Methodists are thinking about unity and sharing their stories with the world
Why Olu Brown Supports the One Church Plan
Inclusion is one of the tenets on which Impact Church was founded and is one of the reasons it has grown so rapidly. In this video, watch and listen to Olu Brown, Founder and Lead Pastor, share his perspective on why the One Church Plan is the right choice for continuing the Connection around the world and for carrying out the mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ.Publicado por Uniting Methodists em Segunda-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2018
The Deepening of My Theology
We encourage you to watch and listen to this heart-felt message from Rev. Dr. Brian Law, Lead Pastor of Christ UMC in Kettering, Ohio. He shares how his personal theology has been deepened by the diversity of his community of faith.Publicado por Uniting Methodists em Terça-feira, 20 de novembro de 2018
(this is a YouTube playlist, so it will allow you to watch all 18 videos from the July 2018 Uniting Methodists conference)
Looking for resources and articles?
Download legislative documents regarding the One Church Plan and read thoughts and reflections from United Methodists pastors and leaders about the importance of unity for the continuing ministry of The United Methodist Church.
Interpreting the Scriptures
This presentation by Rev. Adam Hamilton of United Methodist Church of the Resurrection was recorded during a discussion time for United Methodists during Leadership Institute in September 2018.
Interpreting the Scriptures (Part 1)
View Rev. Adam Hamilton's recent address from a session at Church of the Resurrection’s Leadership Institute. In this first of a three-part series on "Interpreting the Scriptures," Adam considers Paul’s understanding of biblical authority and how to interpret and apply Scripture.Publicado por Uniting Methodists em Quarta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2018
Interpreting the Scriptures (Part 2)
Pastor Adam Hamilton, like John Wesley, is a person of one book, but he acknowledges that Scripture requires interpretation. There are things in the Bible that are messy – and honest, devoted Christians can disagree on how to interpret it. Are we willing to love everyone, even when they disagree with us?Publicado por Uniting Methodists em Terça-feira, 27 de novembro de 2018