At Annual Conference 2017, Resident Bishop Grant J. Hagiya introduced the Four Priorities framework for leading Conference, District, and local church ministries.
Use the resources on this page as a guide for initiating and sustaining transformation in the local church.
1) Watch This Message from Bishop Hagiya 2017
2) Get The Diagram
The ministries of the Conference will align and orient around the Four Priorities, with a shared foundation, to resource the work of the local churches in making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
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3) Sign Up for The Catalyst
Every Thursday morning, ministry leaders receive an email called “The Catalyst” with key insights and warm invitations to transform their local church and their community.
Note: You are already receiving The Catalyst if you are receiving other Conference emails.
Rev. Tim Ellington of Kailua United Methodist Church (Hawaii) preached on the Four Priorities after Annual Conference 2017. These sermons act as a great example of preaching on the Four Priorities. The first sermon is available here. The rest of his sermons are available via the button below.
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