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Bishop King introduces Project Turnaround, next steps for Conference

published 12/1/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor In a meeting with South Georgia Conference leaders held at Forest Hills United Methodist Church in Macon on Thursday, November 10, Bishop James R. King, Jr. introduced a two-fold plan to help redirect, streamline and focus the Conference. Called “Project Turnaround,” Bishop King’s plan will help leaders look at the Conference’s finances, personnel and ministries from a disciple-making standpoint. “We’re in a financial crisis,” he said. “But this financial crisis can be a...

Bishop King names task force to study district realignment

published 12/1/2011
Bishop James R. King, Jr. has named 12 people to a newly formed District Study Team. Comprised of six clergy and six lay members, the group will study the alignment of districts in the South Georgia Conference and make a recommendation to the Annual Conference during the 2012 Annual Conference session. During the 2011 Annual Conference session, held June 5-9 in Tifton, Helen Rhea Stumbo, a member of Fort Valley United Methodist Church presented a motion to study the feasibility and cost-saving ...

Blessed

published 12/1/2011
Hello, beautiful people of South Georgia! “Why take a holiday break,” asked a relative. “I feel so tired and have more work now than ever … the pile of things on my desk has multiplied and I seem more behind than before my break.”  When I thought about that statement and considered some of the news during this season in the life of the world family it is easy to ask, “When does it ever end?” Strains from too much work, no work, family and business worries, financial restrictions, and ...

More than 140 attend The Waterfront Church's first preview service

published 11/30/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor There are no pews, no hymnals, no stained glass windows and no steeple. But what The Waterfront Church lacks in traditional church trappings they make up for with joy, hope, enthusiasm, smiling faces and a desire to reach people for Christ. The Waterfront Church, a new United Methodist church plant and congregation in Richmond Hill, held its first preview service on Sunday, November 13. With more than 140 people in attendance, the service surpassed all expectations. “I ...

Helping churches, individuals make disciples is goal of 2012 DCC

published 11/29/2011
A focus on making disciples by helping persons, individually or in teams, develop disciple plans based on the 10 timeless values of the faith is the focus of the second annual Disciple Covenant Conference, set for Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25, 2012. The conference will meet in Macon at the Macon Centreplex (Macon Coliseum). “I am excited about the Disciple Covenant Conference for so many reasons,” said Bishop James R. King, Jr. “A lot of people talk about making disciples, but I...

A Statement from the Council of Bishops

published 11/22/2011
Dear United Methodist Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Grace and peace to you from Jesus Christ who calls us to faithfulness during a time of great and unsettling change around the world that God loves so deeply and also within the Body of Christ where Jesus is both head and redeemer. We give thanks for each one of you as you seek to be faithful witnesses and fruitful disciples wherever God has called you to live and share the grace that offers salvation to the world. Your faithfulness brings ...

Summary Report of November Council of Bishop's Meeting

published 11/22/2011
FROM THE COUNCIL OF BISHOPS OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH A SUMMARY REPORT OF THE NOVEMBER, 2011 MEETING OF THE COUNCIL To our sisters and brothers, disciples of Jesus Christ and members of The United Methodist Church around the world: Grace and peace to you, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! More than 110 active and retired members of the Council of Bishops gathered at Lake Junaluska, North Carolina from Sunday, October 30 through Friday, November 4. The week was centered on our life ...

Annual Conference session shortened

published 11/21/2011
The South Georgia Conference Annual Conference Session Program Committee has announced that the 2012 Annual Conference session has been shortened by one day. It will now be held Sunday, June 3, 2012 through Tuesday, June 5, 2012. Wednesday’s sessions were cut in an effort to save the Conference and local churches money, they say. According to Director of Administrative Services Miriam Hagan, as much as $20,000 could be saved. “This is one way of us responding to the economic climate,” said Rev. ...

Burns Memorial UMC serves food, fellowship to widows and widowers

published 11/21/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor The members of Burns Memorial United Methodist Church are living out God’s call to “look after orphans and widows” (James 1:27) with their annual widow and widower’s banquet. Every year on the third Thursday of September, the church opens the doors of its fellowship hall to the area’s widows and widowers and serves them a spread of fried mullet, cheese grits, hushpuppies, slaw and lemon pie. This year, 92 guests from Cotton and the surrounding communities came and ...

Former Foundation director Weyman Cleveland leaves lasting legacy

published 11/21/2011
When Dr. Weyman Cleveland of Thomasville, Ga. passed away on July 11, 2009, he left behind a legacy of love, faith and stewardship. Dr. Cleveland devoted his life to serving the Lord. He graduated from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill. and Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, N.J. In 1945, he married Christine Trulock Cleveland. They raised four children: Chris Salter of Newnan, Ga.; Mary Corbitt of Pike Road, Ala.; Paul Cleveland of Savannah; and Peggy Whitley of Salisbury, N.C. His ...

Grace UMC, Glynn County UM Hispanic Ministries partner together

published 11/21/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor If you look closely, you can catch a glimpse of the kingdom of heaven in Glynn County. Two United Methodist congregations – one African American and one Hispanic – have joined together to share life, ministry and buildings. Early this year, the Spanish-speaking United Methodist congregation of Glynn County, located in Brunswick, was in search of a home to carry out its ministries. In its hour of need the congregation of Grace United Methodist Church put out a welcome mat...

Helen and Sam Rogers continue ministry in retirement

published 11/21/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Helen and Rev. Sam Rogers are teachers at heart.  The retired clergy couple, married 54 years, has served 53 years together in the South Georgia Conference. Rev. Rogers, a retired pastor, pastored 10 South Georgia churches across his 42 years of itinerancy.  Though Rev. Rogers retired from full-time ministry in 2000, they continue to minister and serve where the Lord leads.  Their newest ministry – writing the Advocate’s winter Sunday school lessons – combines their love...

Never Alone through Campus Ministry

published 11/4/2011
New questions and opportunities meet every student who steps onto the college campus. Many voices offer enticements and seek to give direction. Our United Methodist-related schools and Wesley Foundations are essential alternatives through which the presence of Christ stands in the midst of the unique college experience. Through our schools and campus ministries, students find assurance that they are “Never Alone” in making decisions, facing pressures and choosing friends. Lives are shaped for ...

News from your South Georgia delegation - Nov. 4

published 11/4/2011
By Rev. Robert Beckum The South Georgia Annual Conference Delegation for General and Jurisdictional Conferences met in Macon on October 21. Dan O’Neil and Peter Hang from the General Board of Pensions offered the delegation a detailed briefing on three legislative proposals being sent to the General Conference. Past General Conferences have generally approved recommendations coming from the Board of Pensions as presented or with minor editorial changes. In 2012, however, delegates will have to ...

Wesley Foundations are vital ministries on college campuses

published 11/4/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor In Americus and Athens, Macon and Milledgeville and dozens of other cities and towns across North and South Georgia, more than 2,000 college students are nurtured and discipled through their involvement in Wesley Foundation student ministries. “The purpose of our Wesley Foundations and campus ministries is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world and to cultivate Christian leadership for the church and the world for the years ahead,” said ...

Rev. Robert Beckum endorsed by the South Georgia Conference delegation

published 11/2/2011
The South Georgia Conference delegation to the 2012 General and Jurisdictional Conferences has endorsed the Reverend Robert Beckum as their episcopal nominee (nominee to be elected as a bishop in the United Methodist Church). Rev. Beckum will join nominees from other conferences under consideration for the episcopacy at next summer’s Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference at Lake Junaluska, N.C. Rev. Beckum is the Senior Pastor of St. Luke United Methodist in Columbus, appointed there in June ...

United Methodist Women gather to 'Find Peace'

published 11/1/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Nearly 200 women from across the South Georgia Annual Conference gathered together for the 39th annual meeting of the South Georgia United Methodist Women. Meeting under the theme “Finding Peace in a Busy World,” on Saturday, October 15, UMW from across the conference celebrated 142 years of mission and ministry at Macon’s Vineville United Methodist Church. “So many things demand our time and attention that it’s difficult to find peace,” said keynote speaker Cathy ...

Conference leaders hear financial update

published 10/20/2011
Staff Report Members of the South Georgia Conference Leadership Forum heard some challenging news about the financial condition of the South Georgia Conference at their September meeting, held in Macon.   “There is a tension between our mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ and reaching the point where the Conference has a revenue generated budget,” said Rev. Jimmy Cason, Conference Chair of Council on Finance and Administration (CFA).  “We can’t forget that our primary mission task ...

Grant helps VSU Wesley Foundation's discipleship efforts

published 10/19/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor The Valdosta State University Wesley Foundation’s disciple-making efforts got a boost when they were awarded a three year, $30,000 challenge grant from the St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation, Inc. to support their intern program.  With the grant about to enter its third and final year, the Wesley Foundation needs to raise the remainder of the $30,000 by December 2012 in order to receive the matching funds. A ministry of the South Georgia Conference of the ...

United Methodists Launch Free Mobile App

published 10/19/2011
(UMNS) Mobile device users can easily access information about The United Methodist Church on the go with a new free United Methodist application for iPad and iPhone. Developed by United Methodist Communications and Music City Networks, the mobile app is now available for free download.  It will be available later this week for the Android smartphones. The application enables mobile access to daily devotions, news, videos, photos, social media sites and a searchable index of United Methodist ...

Calvary UMC keeps the faith amid fire and ashes

published 10/18/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Even as they mourn the loss of their church building, members of Calvary United Methodist Church are facing the future with faith and hope. In the early morning hours of Thursday, September 29, fire spread quickly through the 57-year-old church, located on busy South Main Street in Swainsboro. “‘The church is not a building, the church is not a steeple, the church is not a resting place, the church is a people.’ May God bless us all as we continue to be the Church,” was ...

2012 Youth Celebration will focus on our true identity in Christ

published 10/12/2011
Much like software often needs to be reloaded onto a computer for it to run properly, so, too, does the word of God have to be constantly loaded and reloaded into the lives of believers. Drawing from 2 Corinthians 3:18, which says, “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as from the Lord, the Spirit,” Youth Celebration 2011 will help students understand that they were created with a ...

Morgans Chapel UMC youth travel to Youth 2011

published 10/7/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor About 3,700 young people from 42 states and 274 churches gathered on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., July 13-16, for Youth 2011. A project of Young People’s Ministries, a division of The General Board of Discipleship, Youth 2011 is a national youth gathering for the United Methodist Church that convenes once every four years and is the largest single gathering of United Methodist youth. Among the 3,700 were 10 youth and young adults from Morgans ...

Relief supplies offer 'loving connection'

published 10/7/2011
By Barbara Dunlap-Berg* In 2011, natural disasters — earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, floods and fires — have dominated world news. In response, United Methodists have shared faithfully through praying, giving money, volunteering — and assembling UMCOR relief kits. “Our material resource ministry is extremely important for two reasons,” said the Rev. Tom Hazelwood, who heads disaster response in the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America. “It provides people who sit in the pew an ...

Skidaway Island UMC's Utley receives Christian education certification

published 10/7/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Amy Utley is, in her own words, unique for a church worker. She didn’t grow up attending church and didn’t open a Bible until she was 25. But when she finally did, it ignited a passion for church work, service and Biblical education that recently culminated in her professional certification in Christian education. A family friend gave Utley, the director of Christian education at Skidaway Island United Methodist Church in Savannah, a Bible when she was in high school, ...

Chaplain brings renewed focus to Vashti's faith program

published 10/5/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor The Vashti Center for Children and Families has, for more than 100 years, been a refuge for troubled children in southwest Georgia. A faith-based ministry providing residential treatment and community services for children and youth, Vashti is a ministry of the United Methodist Church, a mission of the United Methodist Women and a Women’s Division-owned property, one of three in the South Georgia Conference. What began in 1903 as a home and school for girls has evolved ...

Society of St. Andrew aims to take a bite out of hunger

published 10/5/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Last month, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that the total number of Americans living below the poverty line – 46.2 million – was the highest total ever in the 52 years the bureau has tracked such data. And in late August, the Annie E. Casey Foundation reported that another 2.4 million children joined the ranks of the U.S. poor during the past decade. As poverty rates rise, so do those who are considered food insecure, or hungry. Since the U.S. Department of Agriculture...

Report: In church, as in school, seniors rule

published 9/26/2011
A UMNS Report By Joey Butler* 7:00 A.M. ET Sept. 26, 2011 | NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UMNS) The Rev. Brian Rossbert (center) is commissioned in 2010 by Bishop Richard Wills (left) and the Rev. John Collett, in Brentwood, Tennessee. The numbers of young adult United Methodist clergy like Rossbert are on the rise. A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose. View in Photo Gallery There's long been talk of the "graying" of United Methodist congregations, but the same can now be said of its pastors. The annual report ...

A Disciple Is...

published 9/16/2011
By Dr. Brad Brady We church folks are notorious for using words that we think everyone understands.  This is not a new phenomenon. I remember the interview I had with the Staff-Parish Relations Committee as I was seeking to enter the ministry in the late 1970s.  One of the committee members asked me a question using a religious term.  My mind raced to recall where I had heard that word and what I could deduce about its meaning from what I had previously heard or observed. I was not remembering ...

Let all the children come

published 9/16/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor In early 2009, Mia and Thomas Ai knew they needed God to be a stronger presence in their lives.  After searching for a church home, they thought they had found one that accepted them and their three children, Bison, 8, Maysen, 6, and Kaysen, 3, just as they are. After attending for two months, though, they were told that the church’s children’s ministry staff and volunteers were not equipped or able to handle and accommodate Bison, who is autistic. Discouraged, wary and ...

Q&A with Rev. Denise Walton - Dublin District Superintendent

published 9/16/2011
ADVOCATE: Where did you grow up?  Have you always lived in South Georgia? REV. WALTON:  I was born in the inner city of Chicago but grew up in Columbus, Georgia. My mother, Minnie Lee Harris, moved back home to care for her mother, Precious Amber Johnson, after she had a stroke. My five siblings and I grew up caring for my grandmother. I believe it taught me to be compassionate and concerned for those unable to care for themselves. I grew up in the East Wynnton area of Columbus not far from ...

9/11 healing aided by United Methodist funds

published 9/7/2011
A UMNS Report By Linda Bloom* 7:00 A.M. EDT Sept. 7, 2011 In 2001 the United Methodist Committee on Relief established a “listening post” at John Street United Methodist Church just blocks from ground zero. A banner expressing support hangs outside the church. A UMNS 2001 file photo by John C. Goodwin. View in Photo Gallery As a professional case manager, Catherine Earl does not routinely keep in touch with former clients she has assisted through the United Methodist Committee on Relief. ...

News from your South Georgia delegation - Sept. 2

published 9/2/2011
By Rev. Robert Beckum* Your South Georgia Conference delegation will meet on Friday, October 21, for an overview of General and Jurisdictional Conference issues. We have invited representatives from the General Board of Pensions to brief delegates on the significant changes proposed for our current clergy pension plan.  The first thing that strikes me about the upcoming General Conference is the profile and makeup of delegations, comprising the voting members for 2012. Of the 988 voting ...

OKGO: Youth Mission in Brunswick

published 9/2/2011
By David Herndon When thinking of teenagers and summer, the images that often come to mind usually involve a beach, a theme park, a couch or someone sleeping until noon.  But on Monday, June 20, 50 middle-school and high-school students from three different churches in Glynn County came together for something completely different.  OKGO was a mission project that involved students and leaders from St. Simons Island’s Wesley United Methodist Church and The Chapel and College Place United ...

Q&A with Rev. Benjy Varnell - Waycross District Superintendent

published 9/2/2011
ADVOCATE: Where did you grow up?  Have you always lived in South Georgia? REV. VARNELL: I was born in Savannah, and have always lived in South Georgia. My father was a pastor in the South Georgia Conference for almost 50 years, so I have lived in several South Georgia towns.  As a preacher's kid, I moved in the itinerant system, and continue to do so as a pastor in the Conference. I believe, as the Discipline puts it, that we as pastors are to “offer ourselves without reserve to be appointed and...

Rev. Watson releases eighth book; benefits Macon Outreach

published 9/2/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Retired South Georgia pastor Rev. Hamp Watson celebrated his 80th birthday on Thursday, August 25.  To commemorate the day, he released his eighth book, “About Those Special Days.”  The book, which benefits Macon Outreach at Mulberry Street United Methodist Church, focuses on special days that the church typically observes and celebrates – days listed on the church lectionary and days not listed. Christmas, All Saints Sunday and Easter are commonly observed, but days ...

The Methodist Home mends broken childhoods

published 9/2/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor Trevor Rose turned 14 the day he came to The Methodist Home for Children and Youth. Removed from his home at 13 because of neglect and abuse, Rose was shuffled between group homes before finally being placed at The Methodist Home’s St. Marys campus. Unsure of what to expect when he arrived, Rose was greeted with a birthday party, complete with gifts, a cake and ice cream. Because it was his birthday, the Methodist Home staff went above and beyond to make Rose feel ...

United Methodists assess Irene's toll

published 8/30/2011
By Linda Bloom* 7:00 P.M. EDT August 29, 2011 | NEW YORK (UMNS) Satellite image of Hurricane Irene on Aug. 27, two hours after it made landfall on Cape Lookout, N.C. Irene's outer bands had already extended into New England. Photo courtesy of NASA/NOAA GOES Project. In the six years that the Rev. Dale Ashby has lived in Downsville, the town in the New York Catskills region has flooded four or five times. This week, as the remnants of Hurricane Irene soaked an already sodden landscape, it’s ...

Lyman Coleman to lead Eagles' Retreat

published 8/17/2011
The South Georgia Eagles, a group of retired South Georgia United Methodist pastors and spouses, will gather November 7-9, 2011, at Epworth By The Sea, for their annual retreat. Rev. Dave and Kay Hanson, Eagles’ co-presidents, are happy to announce that Rev. Lyman Coleman, a world-wide leader in small-group ministries, will lead the retreat. “Lyman Coleman has more fun leading a retreat than anyone I know!” Rev. Hanson said. Dr. Coleman has trained more than 500,000 small group leaders in his ...

Open Door Institute's culinary program transforms lives

published 8/17/2011
By Kara Witherow, Advocate Editor In early 2010, Lenore Fox was unemployed and homeless. Destitute and depleted, she turned to Columbus’ Open Door Community House for help.  Through Open Door’s Transition Home for Women, Fox found a warm bed and a place to call home.  Coming to Open Door with just the clothes on her back, Fox also wanted and needed to find gainful employment in order to become self sufficient. When she heard about the Open Door Institute, a life skills and culinary arts ministry...

Q&A with Dr. Wayne Moseley - Americus District Superintendent

published 8/17/2011
ADVOCATE: Where did you grow up?  Have you always lived in South Georgia? DR. MOSELEY: I’m from Reidsville, Georgia, in Tattnall County. I grew up on a farm right outside of Reidsville and have a long heritage there. My parents were always active in church so I have a strong spiritual heritage there, too. I never thought I’d be a minister, but God had other plans. After I moved away and went to college for a while my father died and I came back to Reidsville. In the process of that, I became ...

South Georgia United Methodist Women prepare for annual meeting

published 8/17/2011
On Saturday, October 15, United Methodist Women from around the conference will gather together to celebrate 39 years of mission work in South Georgia and around the world. Meeting at Macon’s Vineville United Methodist Church under the theme, “Finding Peace in a Busy World,” this year’s annual meeting and celebration will feature the work of the Vashti Center in Thomasville, Ga., one of the South Georgia mission agencies supported by the Women’s Division. Cathy Snook, Vashti’s director of ...

Set off on a great adventure at this year's KidzQuest

published 8/10/2011
CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND BROCHURE Grab a compass, jump in the Jeep and join the journey at this year’s KidzQuest retreat, set for September 30 through October 2 at Epworth By The Sea on St. Simons Island. Designed for students in the third through sixth grades, this annual children’s retreat promises to be high-octane, fast-paced and bursting with learning, worship and fun.     This year’s theme, “The Great Adventure,” will explore how a believer’s relationship with God can ...

What Facebook can teach us about ministry

published 8/5/2011
By Rev. Ben Gosden It’s become everyone’s guilty pleasure. It’s that one place you go when you don’t feel like working or paying attention and you just want to see what’s going on in the world. It’s become one of the biggest time-wasters in life and yet, it’s also become one of the first places where we share and announce life events. Relationships are no longer “official” until they are announced here. Acquaintances and friendships are not legitimized until they are “official” here. Job ...

'Bold' changes proposed for church structure

published 8/3/2011
By Heather Hahn* 7:00 P.M. EDT July 29, 2011 | NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UMNS) Members of the Connectional Table, meeting July 25-28, endorsed five proposals that would change The United Methodist Church’s structure and potentially its funding. East Ohio Area Bishop John L. Hopkins, the Connectional Table’s chairperson, called the proposals “far-reaching.” “What we’re trying to do is simplify the church and integrate it more,” he said. He added that the changes are intended to help the general church’s ...

Gateway Community UMC reaches out in Rincon

published 8/2/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor This ain’t your mama’s church. With advertising materials that show a man’s heavily tattooed arm pointing to a passage in the Bible and copy that reads, “Same Bible, Different Church,” Gateway Community United Methodist Church hopes to attract people who might be more like the man in the photo than the “typical” churchgoer. “Our marketing targets those who might not feel comfortable in a more traditional church setting,” said Rev. Andy Lamon, pastor of Gateway Community ...

Q&A with Rev. Tommy Martin - Macon District Superintendent

published 8/2/2011
ADVOCATE: Where did you grow up?  Have you always lived in South Georgia? REV. MARTIN: Macon is my home.  I spent the first 17 years of my life here in a great neighborhood in Shirley Hills with lots of kids and historic Alexander III School.  Church was also a big part of our lives then. My parents were married at Mulberry; I was baptized and confirmed there. I participated in the great city-wide youth programs offered at Mulberry. Those times were foundational for me. Church, community, ...

Reading program helps church connect with community

published 8/2/2011
By Christie del Amo Johnson, Vineville United Methodist Church* While his friends are outside playing during the summer, every Tuesday and Thursday 8-year-old Artez Pennymon has been hitting the books, or one book in particular: “Super Fudge” by Judy Bloom. “We’re practicing reading,” he says. “It’s like school, but better.” Artez and more than a dozen other students are part of the Allen Academy, a summer reading program in the Pleasant Hill community of Macon.  Housed at Greater Allen Chapel ...

Training Session Planned for Prayer Ministry to Support General Conference

published 7/28/2011
GBOD — A national Prayer Ministry Training session for all who are helping to make prayer the foundation of the 2012 General Conference will be offered by The Upper Room Ministries on Aug. 27 in Orlando. Rev. Tom Albin, dean of The Upper Room Ministries, a division of the General Board of Discipleship (GBOD), said the training session comes in response to the call from Bishop Larry Goodpaster, president of the United Methodist Council of Bishops, to pray for the General Conference, which will ...

Albany First UMC team helps rebuild roof, restore hope

published 7/13/2011
By Kara Witherow, Editor For the first time in almost two months, the Slay family has a roof over their heads. Seven weeks after a tornado ripped the roof off their Yantley, Ala. home, the blue tarps that covered their storm-damaged shelter have been removed, thanks, in large part, to 12 hard-working men and women from Albany, Ga. A disaster-relief team from Albany First United Methodist Church traveled to Yantley, a rural area in southwestern Alabama just 25 miles east of Meridian, Miss., from ...

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