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Bishop Hagiya’s Statement on Dobbs v. Jackson

The UMC stance is balanced and compassionate and takes into account the autonomy of women to make their own decision on what is best for their lives and the future. In the end, no legal court, no political system, and no church can unilaterally make that decision for an individual woman. 

Statement From the Gun Violence Awareness Task Force

By Geraldine Hills, Chair of the Desert Southwest Conference Board of Church. & Society, Gun Violence Awareness Task Force Once again, the country is horrified and traumatized by the mass murder of school children. This time it was Uvalde, Texas. This slaughter is...

Bishop Hagiya’s Statement on Shootings in Buffalo and Laguna Woods

This past weekend brought me to my knees, yet again, as shots rang out in Buffalo, New York, and Laguna Woods, California. In both cases, the lone gunman took the lives of others because of hate for the victim’s racial and ethnic identities. None of those killed in...

Feedback request from General and Jurisdictional Conference delegates

by Paul Gomez, Desert Southwest Conference Laity First Elect Greetings from the Desert Southwest Delegation to General and Jurisdictional Conference. We're inviting you to give us your feedback on the four reports from this summer we worked on as a Jurisdiction. Your...

Prayers for Tonga

Please join me in your regular prayers for our Tongan siblings and the physical Island itself.

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April 2 District Leadership Webinars

April 2 District Leadership Webinars

In this webinar, Cat Holbert, DSC Director of Camping & Retreat Ministries will talk to us about the theories of group dynamics and how to form strong connections in the building of diverse relationships.

Changing Seasons

Changing Seasons

by Rev. Matt Ashley, South District Missional Strategist & Superintendent See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone. Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves is heard in our land. The fig tree forms its early...

Riding the Wave of The Spirit

Riding the Wave of The Spirit

In 1973, in a Methodist church in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico there was a revival like the one in Acts only without the foreigners from various places.

People were speaking in tongues, worship services extended to weekdays, prayer meetings were well attended, lives were transformed, and the Juan Wesley Methodist seminary (one of only two Methodist seminaries in Mexico) was born.

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