The results of 6 Questions for The United Methodist Church have been compiled into a book. You can find it as a free download or purchase a printed copy here.
6 Questions for The United Methodist Church could have been improved greatly by clearer named and expected outcomes. It was not sufficient to simply seek to “change the conversation” within […]
6 Questions for The United Methodist Church was an exercise in social media for me. My hope was to use social media to spread the word about the opportunity throughout […]
I learned the value of focus from 6 Questions for The United Methodist Church.There were a large number of topics which diluted the focus and made it more confusing to […]
Earlier this year, you were invited to join in a conversation which sought to raise questions for The United Methodist Church. This effort was called 6 Questions for The United […]
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My favorite topic as a part of 6 Questions for The United Methodist Church is for a member of a local United Methodist Church. I have found that this topic […]
“Give me one hundred [people] who fear nothing but sin and desire nothing but God, and I care not whether they be clergyman or laymen, they alone will shake the […]
6 Questions for The United Methodist Church is an open project and I have been encouraged by the response. If you are interested in data of participation from the project […]
Another question that has been asked of 6 Questions for The United Methodist Church, “Where is it leading?” Ultimately, I pray that this project is leading where God wills. The […]