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Viewpoints from other United Methodists in South Carolina

Guest Views November 20, 2016 posted by

St. Andrew By-the-Sea opens second campus in Bluffton

What if there are many congregations in South Carolina who have just the vision, trust and desire to create new ministries in other campuses? As St. Andrew By-the-Sea moves into the next phase, other congregations prayerfully consider following their model. A guest column by the Rev. Sara White, director of congregational development.

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St. Andrew By-the-Sea opens second campus in Bluffton
The Rev. Daniel Burbage (left) prays with members about the new SABTS campus.
Guest Views February 24, 2016 posted by

Hispanic/Latino Ministries: Take a chance on me

By the Rev. Elizabeth Murray. I have a song dedication for the South Carolina Annual Conference, and it is ABBA’s “Take a Chance on Me.” Though the 1970s Swedish pop group likely wrote the song about two distant lovers, I imagine myself singing it to the Annual Conference in respect to Hispanic/Latino ministry.

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Hispanic/Latino Ministries: Take a chance on me
Photo by Jessica Brodie
Guest Views December 29, 2015 posted by

Power in stories

By the Rev. Elizabeth Murray. Brené Brown says, “Courage is to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.” We know there is power in hearing each other’s stories.

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Power in stories
Photo by Steven Kyle Adair, United Methodist Communications
Guest Views October 25, 2015 posted by

Espiritu Santo

By the Rev. Kristin Dollar. “Do these people know each other?” I asked incredulously as boisterous, rapid Spanish ricocheted off every wall of the giant house where we were having our retreat.

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Espiritu Santo
Photo by Susan Passi-Klaus

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