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Bishop's Corner October 26, 2014 posted by

Imagine No Illiteracy

By Bishop Jonathan Holston. Recently, I attended a meeting where my attention span was uniquely challenged. It was the kind of meeting where you check your watch every 30 seconds or so. Then a statement was made that captivated my attention. In the midst of my boredom, a colleague raised a question; namely, “Can you imagine no illiteracy?”

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Imagine No Illiteracy
News September 25, 2014 posted by

Strong laity=strong churches

By Jessica Connor. The Bishop’s Road Show is off and running, and early sentiment says his message is hitting home. S.C. Resident Bishop Jonathan Holston has embarked on a tour of every district in South Carolina, reaching out directly to lay servants and lay leaders to share his thoughts about how to build healthy teams and churches. If the first two road shows is any indicator, his remarks are encouraging and inspiring laity to take ministry to the next level.

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Strong laity=strong churches
News May 27, 2014 posted by

Holston, Watson others gather for S.C. UMVIM service

Praising the unrelenting call to mission by a heavenly Father who makes an offer we can’t refuse, Bishop Jonathan Holston led worship at an S.C. United Methodist Volunteers in Mission gathering April 13 that brought dozens from across the state to pray, sing, praise and celebrate the risen Lord whose great love for us prompts us to serve others in His name. By Jessica Connor.

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Holston, Watson others gather for S.C. UMVIM service
Bishop's Corner March 24, 2014 posted by

Who could ask for anything more?

By Bishop Holston. Most days I seem to get bogged down in the busyness and irritations of life. Often I am reminded of the quote that says, “Make sure that we never get too busy with life that we don’t have time to live.” Yet it is so easy to waste time fretting over things that are not important.

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Who could ask for anything more?

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