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News December 30, 2019

January ‘poor people’s campaign’ rally to raise awareness about poverty, voting

A group of social justice advocates are doing what they can to help the world—and Washington—have a heart for people in poverty. This month, South Carolina United Methodists will take part in Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, organizing a neighborhood voting drive, hearing testimonies and hosting a rally and march, all in the hopes of opening people’s minds about the plight of the poor. The canvassing and voting registration activities will be Saturday, Jan. 11, and the march and rally will be Monday, Jan. 13, culminating at Cherokee Place UMC, North Charleston. By Jessica Brodie.

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January ‘poor people’s campaign’ rally to raise awareness about poverty, voting
Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications
News December 30, 2019

Restored: Retreat to help men learn new ways to be whole in Jesus

What do classic cars and men in South Carolina have in common? The ability to be restored to full, functional and optimally working “machines,” able to do all that their creator intends and more. But while cars can only be restored to a certain point, men have the advantage. For in Christ, men can become entirely new creations, not only restored but renewed, refreshed and revitalized, all for the glory of God. That is the message of a conference-wide United Methodist Men’s spiritual weekend, set for Feb. 28-29 at Mount Horeb United Methodist Church. By Jessica Brodie.

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Restored: Retreat to help men learn new ways to be whole in Jesus
Make your voice heard: GC2020 ‘listening sessions’ set for this month in S.C.
Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications
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Make your voice heard: GC2020 ‘listening sessions’ set for this month in S.C.

This January and February, South Carolina United Methodists will have the opportunity to voice concerns and share hopes and prayers with the South Carolina delegates to General Conference 2020. By Jessica Brodie.
2020 vision
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2020 vision

But what does "2020 vision" really mean for me as a woman of faith, and what does it mean for The United Methodist Church as we prepare to embark on yet another difficult and tumultuous year? A column by Editor Jessica Brodie.

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