Bob caught up with WCA Vice President Walter Fenton at the New Room Conference, who offers us some updates on what's happening with the WCA and the UMC. Send your questions and comments to email@example.com and follow us on Twitter @WCAPod. Check out our website for more details about the Wesleyan Covenant Association.
Live from the New Room Conference: Updates with WCA VP Walter Fenton
October 14, 2021
Year-End Mailbag with Keith Boyette
December 22, 2021
In this final episode of 2021, WCA President Keith Boyette answers questions about the status of the UMC General Conference, the status of the Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation, and the launch of the Global Methodist Church. These are important pieces of information that we encourage you to share widely. And with this episode, we close Season 2 of the podcast. We wish you all a blessed Christmas season and we look forward to being back with Season 3 in January of 2022! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter @WCAPod Use these links to learn more about the Wesleyan Covenant Association and the Global Methodist Church.
The WCA Task Force on Sexual Holiness, Wholeness, and Brokenness
November 11, 2021
Debra Baty, chair of the task force, talks with Bob and Stephanie about the team's report and recommendations for the emerging Global Methodist Church in helping people to experience wholeness and healing, along with the beauty of the biblical vision for human sexuality, in a world dominated by the ideology of the sexual revolution. Read the Task Force report. Watch the WCA website for information about listening sessions on the report coming in November and December of 2021. Send us your comments and questions at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @WCAPod.
Jesus the Stranger with Dr. Ken Collins
October 28, 2021
Bob and Stephanie chat with Dr. Ken Collins, Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies at Asbury Seminary, on his new book Jesus the Stranger: The Man from Galilee and the Light of the World. It's a unique look at the life of Jesus through the lens of "otherness" and suffering and offers some real hope and instruction for those who follow Jesus, especially in times when they are seen as "strangers" to the rest of the world. Get your copy of Jesus the Stranger from Seedbed or wherever fine books are sold. Send us your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter @WCAPod. To learn more about the Wesleyan Covenant Association or to join, visit our website.