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Hopes and concerns: S.C.’s first GC2020 listening session draws crowd

What are your hopes for The United Methodist Church? What are your main concerns? What do you want South Carolina delegates attending General Conference 2020 to know? Nearly 200 United Methodists headed to Indian Field UMC Jan. 5 for the first of several “listening sessions” being held across the state, addressing these questions and more. The next sessions are Feb. 9 in Florence and Feb. 16 in Mauldin. By Jessica Brodie.

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Hopes and concerns: S.C.’s first GC2020 listening session draws crowd
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Let’s talk: Upstate mental health conference to end silence on suicide, depression, anxiety
Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications
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Let’s talk: Upstate mental health conference to end silence on suicide, depression, anxiety

To help spread awareness about the dangers of anxiety, depression and suicide, one United Methodist Church, Bethesda UMC, Easley, is hosting a mental health conference Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020, called “Let’s Talk: Ending the Silence.” By Jessica Brodie.
Be at peace, for God has it all under control
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Be at peace, for God has it all under control

God is still the God of the universe—and the head of this denomination. And God has the power and authority to do whatever God wishes—including change our hearts and minds and push through whatever plan God intends, whether this one or another entirely. An editorial by Jessica Brodie.

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