Dr. Anthony Blair
President of Evangelical Seminary
Ordained UB minister
The story of our “forgotten founder,” Martin Boehm—a powerful symbol of the UB heritage of working across denominational lines for the Kingdom of God.
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 big enough, and five ways churches can create a culture of joyful generosity.
Global Ministries Staff
Hear testimonies from UB missionaries we can’t mention on our website, because they work in restricted access countries where they could be deported or locals could be persecuted.
Dennis Zimmerman, Financial Advisor
Acuitas Financial Group (Ameriprise Financial Services)
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Explore strategies for enhancing your retirement savings through better implementation of the benefits offered by the UB retirement program.
Dr. Jody Bowser
Senior pastor, King Street Church
Spiritually Alive, Relationally Connected, Missionally Engaged: explore how these commitments must drive our ministry and serve as a blueprint for making disciples.
Pastor of Global Engagement, Fairfax Community Church (Fairfax, Va.)
Former UB endorsed missionary with Wycliffe Bible Translators
Understanding the refugee crisis, and responding as a church to the refugees in our midst.
Senior pastor, Prince Street UB Church (Shippensburg, Pa.)
Global Ministries missionary in Macau
Exploring the opportunities and challenges that come with establishing and nurturing friendships across cultural boundaries.
Senior pastor, Lancaster UB Church
What could God do if we focused on reaching the people who live in our neighborhoods, work where we work, play where we play, and go to school where we go to school?
Representatives from the Admissions department.
Dr. Sherilyn Emberton
President, Huntington University
Scripture provides a beautiful backdrop for the importance of gender in Creation. This session engages participants in discussion and celebration in how we are created uniquely and individually, male and female, with clear purpose and calling.
Dean of Spiritual Life & Campus Pastor
In this workshop, participants will explore strategies on how to use the Scriptures to help young adults break free from the grasp of sexual impurity.