Associate Pastor, Emmanuel Community Church
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Instructor for the UB History Course
The life of our third bishop who traveled over 250,000 miles on horseback and is responsible for greatly expanding the the UB Church.
Dr. Daryl Elliott
Senior pastor, Fountain UB Church
Keyser, W. Va.
UB History Course instructor
The life of William Otterbein, the founding of the United Brethren movement, and his continuing impact on our church’s life and thought.
Led by members of the Task Force on Human Sexuality
An open discussion about issues related to the proposals from the Task Force on Human Sexuality.
National Director for NAE/UB
Financial Health for All partnership
Discover ten ways God provides when the paycheck or budget isn’t always big enough, and five ways every church can create a culture of joyful generosity.
Associate director of Global Ministries
What would happen if our churches empowered those in the marketplace to fully serve and worship through their work? How would that transform our neighborhoods and the nations?
Associate Director of Global Ministries
Mission trips can have negative unintended consequences on the churches and communities we go to serve. This workshop examines best practices in forming healthy relationships with brothers and sisters around the world.
Senior pastor, Emmanuel Community Church
Fort Wayne, Indiana
William Otterbein once said, “…be careful, and to preach no other doctrine than what is plainly laid down in the Bible.” For many in modern America, the teaching from the pulpit or classroom has become a discussion of topics or personal agendas. This workshop focuses on the effective preparation and presentation of God’s Word.
UB Communications Director
Author, All for Christ
Alcohol, women in ministry, slavery, war, freemasonry, music–these are some of the issues UBs have argued about over the years. We’ll survey these and other debates we’ve had among ourselves.
Dr. Dalton Jenkins
Senior pastor, Bethany Temple of Praise
Yonkers, New York
How can you truly and radically live out the mission of the church in your daily life while staying true to Scripture? This involves looking at three Cs–the community where the mission is carried out, the congregation where training is done, and the core (people) who are doing the work.
Dr. Sherilyn Emberton
President of Huntington University
In our role as leaders in our churches, businesses, and homes, we face many challenges in developing faith-filled followers. This workshop looks at ways to free up space for mentoring, and what mentoring involves.
Representatives from the Admissions department.
Kathy Bruce, moderator
Emmanuel Community Church
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Ideas and resources to practice biblical hospitality, whether to the new family in the church, international students at the local college, or others in need of welcome in your community.