On the cover: Rev. Brinmore Phual, chairman of the Guyana Province, prays with participants in the Board of World Mission Global Leadership Summit.
Last month, my family and I went through one of life’s major changes — the loss of my father. I know we all go through it eventually and none of us are really prepared for it. But it seems that it’s times like these when we become more aware of the hand of God at work.
A flock of stuffed lambs spreading from New Philadelphia Moravian Church in Winston-Salem is helping shut-ins feel connected to their church family.
By now you have seen the Moravian Ministries Foundation’s new ads in The Moravian, and hopefully you read our story that appeared earlier this year. I also hope you received and read the letter we wrote to each of you recently. Now the Foundation wants to share more important information about our hopes, dreams and work.
From April 8-10, the heads and leaders of our partner provinces, along with representatives from our North American provinces and the Board of World Mission, gathered at Laurel Ridge Camp and Conference Center for a Leadership Summit.
In April, Moravians from across the Southern Province met to discuss and learn about the church’s growing efforts in Latino ministry.