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Michelle Provart Menefee works as a sign language interpreter on May 2 during the 2012 United Methodist General Conference in Tampa, Fla. Next to her is a monitor showing the signing from another part of the plenary area. A UMNS photo by Kathleen Barry

A UMNS photo by Kathleen Barry

Michelle Provart Menefee works as a sign language interpreter on May 2 during the 2012 United Methodist General Conference in Tampa, Fla. Next to her is a monitor showing the signing from another part of the plenary area.

 

by Art McClanahan
May 4, 2012

“It won’t be as much telling people what’s been done,” says Greg Nelson of the report back after the General Conference. Instead, Nelson, Director of Communications for the Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference, believes that “it will be about establishing relationships.”