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The Transitional Book of Doctrines and Discipline of the Global Methodist Church

March 18, 2021 • Hosts: Bob Kaylor and Stephanie Greenwald

Host Bob Kaylor talks with Keith Boyette and Jeff Greenway about the Global Methodist Church's recently released Book of Doctrines and Discipline, how it was compiled, its relationship to the WCA's Doctrines and Discipline, and how the work that's being done by both the WCA and the Transitional Leadership Council will feed into the convening conference of the new denomination. To learn more about the Global Methodist Church and read the Doctrines and Discipline, check out the new website, globalmethodist.org To contribute your questions, comments, and suggestions to the Transitional Leadership Council of the Global Methodist Church email info@globalmethodist.org. Send us your comments and suggestions for the podcast to podcast@wesleyancovenant.org and follow us on Twitter @WCAPod. Leave us a review on your favorite podcast platform! To learn more about the Wesleyan Covenant Association, go to our website.

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