This last year has forced us to be responsive to where God is leading. Join with us as we embrace innovative ministry together in 2021.
We’ve seen this story before, but this time it feels like something might be different. Maybe it’s because we’re in the middle of a pandemic of global proportions that has put in stark relief the real nature of our sickness?
Reverend Brett Masters, lead pastor at Dream Center, Lake Elsinore, shares how the ministry at the Dream Center has adapted to the realities of the COVID-19 virus in Southern California.
When we were younger, “please” was always the “magic word.” For George Floyd, “please” wasn’t enough.
On February 23, 2020, a young Black Man named Ahmaud Arbery was murdered by three men who believed they had the right to deprive him of his life and right to due process. This is frustrating and heartbreaking.
Like you, we long to return to physically worshiping together. In the hope of this, now is the time to begin thinking about how this will happen.
Superintendent Glen Prior reminds us that trials are the times in which we see the fruit of our leadership.
Superintendent Fraser Venter shares how God can meet our needs… if we allow. Part one of a five part series on pastoring during crisis.
Jon Sato, Assistant Superintendent for Administration of the Free Methodist Church in Southern California (FMCSC), reflects on the last seven years of working with and leading a remote ministry team.
As you prepare for Easter, know that you are being cheered on by a cloud of witnesses.