United Methodist Men focus on ‘new beginnings’

Bishop James Swanson, president of the General Commission on United Methodist Men, said it is time for a new beginning for self and for the United Methodist Men. “Things we did in the past will not work today.” He described that a part of a “glory sighting,” telling us “God doesn’t give up on us.”

United Methodist Men to host transformational gathering this summer

“This is not an event to just have a good time and learn things – it will change your life and change the lives of people around you,” said Gil Hanke, general secretary of the General Commission on United Methodist Men (GCUMM). “This gathering challenges men to change their behavior, encouraging them to become more Christ-like in their daily lives. Men will be transformed into a more disciplined disciple.”

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