Atlanta, GA - The Holy Spirit is present and drawing us closer into relationships with one another. New relationships are being formed and people are finding creative ways to continue the ministry God has called us to. Transformation is taking place and God is working and moving in the hearts of people all over the world. Of course, we miss the fellowship and hugging one another in person. But for such a time as this, we are reconnected through virtual technology, but remember nothing can take the place of human interactions, this is irreplaceable. We join Christ's mission for the transformation of the world. Stepping out of the old into a fresh expression of Christ among us. We are being transformed even in the midst of the chaos, and we are getting in line with the transformation.
The Christian Education Programs at Gammon Theological Seminary is responding and preparing people for transformation during the pandemic. We continue to support, educate pastors and leaders for the United Methodist Church. We provided three grant writing workshops connecting people, and building relationships all over the world. The grant writing workshops are helping people extend their ministry through finding financial support. As another means of helping people through the pandemic, we offered a virtual prayer and healing service that reached over 300 people from different walks of life. The virtual continuation of God's work is manifesting around the globe. As we continue to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Peace and Blessing,
Minister Brenda Bennefield, M.Div.
Director of Christian Education Programs
Gammon Theological Seminary
653 Beckwith Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
(470) 355-1140/fax (470) 355-1141