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This is Itineracy, Part III

For Part Zero, Part Zero+, Part I, and Part II of this series, please click here.  The Restrictive Rules in the United Methodist Book of Discipline indicate that itineracy, part of United Methodism’s proud heritage, is here to stay.  This does not mean that … Continue reading

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This is Itineracy, Part II

For Part Zero, Part Zero+, and Part I of this series, please click here.    The core logic of this itinerant system was that the elders comprised a missionary group in covenant with one another for the preaching of the gospel in diverse settings.  … Continue reading

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This is Itineracy, Part I

I treasure the journal of my great-great-great-grandfather, who was a circuit rider in Illinois and Missouri.  He writes of moving from church to church each week, staying in the houses of people he has never met, hoping that they will … Continue reading

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The Face of Itineracy?

This is itineracy scary. I just did a google image search for “itinerancy” and my picture popped up. Gross.  It’s not even a good picture.

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This is Itineracy… or is it Itinerancy?

I recently learned that Social Studies Fairs are not common throughout the U.S.  Imagine my horror to find this out, since I assumed that everyone spent their free time as a child researching Mary Tudor, Belgian tourist sites, and the U.S. … Continue reading

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