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News March 26, 2018

Bishop and Mrs. Holston honored with Africa University’s top award

Bishop L. Jonathan Holston and his wife, Felecia Holston, have received Africa University’s highest honor: the Drum Award, presented to staunch supporters of and advocates for the United Methodist-related institution. By Dan O’Mara.

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Bishop and Mrs. Holston honored with Africa University’s top award
Felecia Holston takes a turn on a drum after she and her husband, South Carolina Resident Bishop Jonathan Holston (right) were recognized with Africa University’s highest honor: the Drum Award, presented to staunch supporters of and advocates for the United Methodist-related institution. Indiana Bishop Julius Trimble, chair of the Africa University Board of Directors, is at left.
News March 26, 2018

USC student reflects on experience researching religion, Olympics

Where is God at the Olympic games? This was the question I set out to answer when I went to the Olympics in South Korea. My senior thesis for the University of South Carolina is determining how religion affected the atmosphere of the Olympics, and I did so through interviewing as many religious groups as I could find. By Madeline C. Mulkey.

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USC student reflects on experience researching religion, Olympics
Photo by Madeline Mulkey
News March 26, 2018

Lollis to be new UMCSC benefits officer

The Rev. Christopher M. Lollis has been appointed as the new benefits officer for the South Carolina Annual Conference, effective July 1. Lollis, pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church, Darlington, will succeed the Rev. David Anderson, who has served as the conference benefits officer since 2005 and will retire.

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What’s the way forward? UMC bishops consider two models for church unity
In the fall, bishops pray for fellow bishops who are members of the Commission on a Way Forward.
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What’s the way forward? UMC bishops consider two models for church unity

By Jessica Brodie. A plan to keep The United Methodist Church united despite difficult differences over human sexuality will go before the denomination’s bishops this month.
God in the graffiti: A Puerto Rico love story
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God in the graffiti: A Puerto Rico love story

Sometimes spreading the Gospel is sharing our testimony. Sometimes it’s bringing someone to church. Sometimes it’s loving people in His honor. And sometimes, it’s spray-painting His name on concrete planters on the northern coast of Puerto Rico to remind passersby that no matter what else the day, the week or this temporary human life can bring, at the end it’s all about God. A column by Jessica Brodie.

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