Hymnal Survey: Tell us your thoughts about the current hymnal
Shaping Our Global Future, Circuit Rider, Mar/Apr 08
Resources for Holy Week
Men's Ministry, Interpreter Magazine, Mar/Apr 08
Mission Papers 2008
Global Song: One Great Hour of Sharing in Worship
Change at GCAH.org
Connecting Worship and Daily Living in Lent
Worship Planning Helps for Ash Wednesday (Feb 6)
GBOD/UMPH Music Study 2004 - 2007
Making Black History Month a Musical Celebration
Ash Wednesday Reflection: Encountering One’s Self (Feb 6)
What hymns would you like to see in a new United Methodist Hymnal?
New GBCS Website
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Favorite Hymn
The Ministry Study, Circuit Rider, Jan/Feb 08
A Future With Hope, Interpreter, Jan/Feb 08
Epiphany Celebrations for the Home
All Saints Day Resources
Youth Activities for Thanksgiving
Naming the Present Dreaming the Future, Circuit Rider, Sept/Oct.
UMCOR 2008 Calendar “Hands of Hope”
Global Ministries Korean portal
Mental Health Awareness Worship Resources—Oct. 7-13 (GBOD)
For the Peace of the World: A Christian Curriculum on International Relations
Observe how your children learn best
To Screen or Not to Screen
Online Student Loan payments for United Methodist Students
Doing the Theological Work Before the Spade Work: Designing Worship Space
Amazing Bible Race: New curriculum takes youth on a scavenger hunt through the Bible
Copyright for the Church Musician: 'It's So Unfair' and 'I Didn't Know' in a Land of 'Thou Shalt Not'
Nothing But Nets Coach Cards
Women Called to Ministry
2008 Prayer Calendar from the Women's Division
What Are the Favorite Hymns of United Methodists?
Bible Study: Risk-Taking Hospitality
The Official United Methodist 2008 Program Calendar
Offertory Prayers for August 2007
Guidelines for the Language of Hymns As Developed and Used by the 1989 United Methodist Hymnal Revision Committee
Reach Young People, Interpreter Magazine, July/August 2007
Native American Ministry, New World Outlook, July/August '07
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