By Jessie Morgan. This summer, South Carolina United Methodist Churches saw Pandamania in the streets of Hometown Nazareth, and things were totally Inside Out and Upside Down. While some dined at the Shake it Up Café, others had a getaway to the Son Surf Beach Bash.Read More
By Jessica Connor. Three S.C. pastors teach on leadership principles, passions and practices during Annual Conference.Read More
By Jessica Connor. Sometimes you have to die to live.Read More
By Jessica Brodie. From assembling cleaning buckets, health kits and school kits to deploying disaster response teams to the areas with the most need, the church is stepping up in a variety of ways to be the hands and feet of Christ. But as far as in-state disaster response, things are looking far different this year than the past two years—and it all boils down to money.
If you’re hired to be a cashier and show up for work in a freshly laundered uniform with a bright smile, a winning personality and a strong work ethic but are willing to do everything but ring up orders, then you’re not a cashier. If we are a Christian but aren’t willing to share the Lord with others (one of our most important job duties!), then how can we be a Christian? By Jessica Brodie.