If you love it, now is the time to respond|
Hiwassee College is on track for accreditation candidacy in April 2009. But the beloved college needs the help of Holston Conference to cross the bridge.
More ways to reach kids|
We just added three new stories to our list of 18 Change for Children grant winners.
Turning garbage into gold|
A 73-year-old man transforms American junk into essential supplies for third-world countries. (UMNS)
Married to a preacher? |
A new survey aims to identify needs of the "often unrecognized, under-rated and uncompensated" leaders of the United Methodist Church. (GCSRW)
Standing in line|
Remember this commentary by Estel Williams the next time you stand in line for a football game or restaurant meal.
Here's what you liked: The top three links in the last (10/29/08) edition of The Call 2.
- 1 - The Bishop said so: Share this letter.
- 2 - Hannah: Portrait of a 12-year-old evangelist.
- 3 - Do I have to preach on stewardship? Yes
More calendar items...
- New on our web site: Download the November issue of "United Methodist Clergywomen E-news" (from the GBHEM).
More of holston.org ...
- 3 heritage landmarks in Holston: Do you know what they are? Visit the Conference Commission on Archives and History page.
- Dec. 1 is coming: Learn more about World AIDS Day and take advantage of these worship resources. (General Board of Church and Society)
More of umc.org ...
- Phone cards for soldiers: A ministry for troops who are away from their families is still going strong. (UMNS)
- Walk Through Bethlehem: Church Street United Methodist Church announces the date (Dec. 14) for this popular, long-running event in Knoxville, Tenn.
- "Elisabeth of Berlin": Schoolteacher Elisabeth Schmitz recognized the dangers of Nazism long before most church officials. A screening and discussion with filmmaker Rev. Steven Martin is offered Thursday, Nov. 20, 7 p.m. at the UT Wesley Foundation in Knoxville. Info: Tim Kobler at (865) 522-2728.