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News February 20, 2015

‘Selma’ helps build bridge to racial healing in SC

By Jessica Brodie. South Carolina United Methodists are using the movie “Selma” to build new bridges for racial healing and unity. Churches across the state are seeing the movie en masse or teaming up with other-race congregations to see it, then holding honest and prayerful discussions together about what it means to them, how we view race today and how we can move forward as Christians together.

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‘Selma’ helps build bridge to racial healing in SC
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News February 20, 2015

Above and beyond: Mount Horeb’s $16.4M expansion

By Jessica Brodie. Work is moving along on what is thought to be the largest capital campaign in the South Carolina United Methodist Conference—and it’s all driven by prayer and an unwavering faith that God is at the wheel. Workers broke ground this winter on a new $16.4 million expansion at Mount Horeb United Methodist Church, featuring a multipurpose worship area, plus repurposing of the existing church gym into a two-story youth facility.

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Above and beyond: Mount Horeb’s $16.4M expansion
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Annual Conference 2015: Becoming Disciples God Can Use
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Annual Conference 2015: Becoming Disciples God Can Use

By Jessica Brodie. This year, Annual Conference attendees will have the opportunity to focus on deepening their relationship with God and one another as they do the business of The United Methodist Church in South Carolina.
Big plans
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Big plans

By Jessica Brodie. My husband once told me he had big plans for me. He told me this when we were first dating, and his words naturally made my heart go pitter-patter and I began to dream of all sorts of wonderful future romantic what-ifs. God also has big plans for us, as he says in Jeremiah 29:11...