Pull up a chair and join Bishop Sue at the table. In each episode of “At The Table with Bishop Sue,” Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson shares from her heart about what unites us, what inspires us, and what challenges us in the congregations and communities of the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church.
The Value of Multi-Cultural Ministry
In today's episode of At the Table, Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson continues the series of conversations with District Superintendents and lay leadership from around the Conference. She is joined by Central East superintendent Rev. Dr. Rodrigo Cruz and lay leader Jeff Fuller. They discuss the gift and value of multi-cultural ministry and how to get started.
Peace of Christ
Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson invites Rev. Jimmy Moor to join her "At the Table" this week. Jimmy offers a sermon from the Gospel of John for the first Sunday after Easter then he and Bishop Sue discuss our connection, staying alert, and how grateful we are when peace and joy show up.
Reflections for Exhausted Clergy and Laity
This week Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson shares post-Easter reflections for exhausted clergy and laity.
In Good Hands
This week Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson invites Rev. Dr. Yvette Massey to share a Sermon on Psalm 31. Afterward, Bishop Sue and Yvette talk about what it means to be in God's hands.
This week Bishop Sue invites seminary student Mychal Ellis to share a sermon and have a conversation on the lectionary text and Wesley's Covenant Prayer. This is Mychal's very first sermon! She and Bishop Sue discuss Jesus' journey and his desire to draw in all people.
Back to Normal?
Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson welcomes Rev. Black Trent to "At the Table." Rev. Trent shares a Lenten sermon and he and Bishop Sue ask the question, "Can we just go back to normal!?!"
Clint Roughton July 2021
If the church is a movement, the old adage is "follow the money" : John Wesley was in the streets. Sunday School use to be about educating child labors and teaching them to read and right. If we bring value people will want to be apart of that and contribute to that with time and resources. Let your "light" so shine.
Thanks for taking the time to podcast
Thank you for taking the time so share your thoughts on the protocol proposal. Praying for those who will be discerning the way forward.
You Are Right, Bishop
When a UM Bishop can so easily and without clear reasoning compare apples to oranges like this, yes, it’s time for separation. We have failed at loving one another and yes, we have failed to be an obedient church. You will lead a church in severe decline on steroids. See Episcopal, Presbyterian USA and Lutheran for reference.