Living Our United Methodist Beliefs
Living Our United Methodist Beliefs  -     By: George Hovaness Donigian
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Discipleship Resources
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 0881777153
ISBN-13: 9780881777154

Publisher's Description

What beliefs set United Methodists apart from other denominations? How has Methodism changed since its beginning in the 18th century?
"Living Our United Methodist Beliefs" is the Leader's Guide for a course that will help participants better understand United Methodist beliefs and history. It is ideal for a new members class or an adult confirmation class.
Use the Leader's Guide with these companion texts: 
    Living Our Beliefs: The United Methodist Way by Kenneth L. Carder 
    A Brief History of The United Methodist Church available here.
In this course participants will: 
    Discover the relationship of doctrine to the missional movement of Methodism and its theological influence on the practical structure and disciplines of early Methodists 
    Learn about the formation of Methodist denominations as an important part of the history of The United Methodist Church 
    Explore the Wesleyan understanding of grace, the means of grace, and how practicing spiritual disciplines leads to holiness of heart and life

Author Bio

George Donigian is the pastor of New Hope United Methodist Church in Anderson, South Carolina. He is an ordained elder and member of the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church. He also works as an editorial consultant.
Donigian, of Armenian heritage, grew up in a family grocery store in Hopewell, Virginia. He worked on a garbage truck during college, was employed at a sandpaper factory before seminary, and served as a pastor of several United Methodist churches in Virginia prior to moving into the publishing world.
During his publishing career, Donigian has worn many hats: acquisitions editor for leadership, small-group, and program resources  Upper Room Books; director of trade marketing  Upper Room Books; and team leader/editor/publisher/creative director, Discipleship Resources (another imprint of the General Board of Discipleship).
Donigian holds a B.S. in English and Elementary Education from Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and a Master of Divinity and Ethics from Candler School of Theology, Emory University. He is married to Mary Teasdale. They are the parents of 6 adult children and grandparents of 4.

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