Fifth in a series of reflections on the Fresh Expressions movement in the Florida Conference and in United Methodism, and its relation to the “Nones,” the “Dones” and the “Spiritual but not Religious.”
There is something about the Christmas season which is unlike any other season on the Christian calendar. Many people just seem to be in a better mood for starters, and in that there is an openness to the deeper meaning of Christmas and why we celebrate it.
Allexis Willcox, a certified candidate for ministry in the Florida Conference currently serving a church in North Carolina, is spotlighted as a valuable investment for contributors to the United Methodist Ministerial Education Fund.
Fourth in a series of reflections on Fresh Expressions in the Florida Conference and in The United Methodist Church, and especially in relation to the “Nones,” the “Dones” and the “Spiritual but not Religious.”
Third in a series of reflections on Fresh Expressions, United Methodism in the Florida Conference and beyond, and our relationship to the “Nones," “Dones” and the "Spiritual but Not Religious."
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Second in a series of reflections on Fresh Expressions, the Florida Conference and United Methodism and our mission with the “Nones” and “Dones."
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The first in a series of reflections on the Fresh Expressions movement and its relation to the United Methodist Church and recent research related to "unchurched," "dechurched" and "Spiritual but not Religious" persons.
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