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.
On Friday we sent you information on the Paycheck Protection Program. The government has released new terms that you should review immediately.
We encourage you to find out about the Paycheck Protection Program to ensure that your ministry has the cash to continue to support your staff and pay fixed expenses.
The novel coronavirus outbreak has required us all to think differently and embrace innovation in our ministries. It’s time to think differently about Annual Conference, too.
The Free Methodist Church in Southern California wants to help you meet the needs of your congregation by providing a series of videos with lessons and tips from online video veterans.
Superintendent Fraser Venter encourages us all to bring God’s love and hope to people around us that may be feeling confused or frightened during this time of increased infections from COVID-19.
As we face growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, we would like to offer words of care, guidance and encouragement. You and your church are in a unique position to care for those who are hurting, afraid, and looking for hope. Find out how you can make an impact during this time.