2023 AACLL Fall Learning Event; Discipleship That Transforms the World: How?

September 26, 2023
A Free Online Learning Event for Lay Leaders, Clergy, and Laity with Dr. Ashley Boggan, Micheal Pope, & LaToya Redd Thompson
What does discipleship look like through a Kingdom/Kindom lens of leadership? In a church culture, sometimes accused of being in a 'holding pattern' of grief and disconnection, what healthy patterns of life together in Jesus Christ can we look to as we make world changing-disciples?

October 21, 2023
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Register Today: FREE

Join the Association of Annual Conference Lay Leaders as they discuss Kin-dom/Kingdom Liveability and Life Together in terms of our "We Why" and the kind of vitality that characterized the early Wesleyan Movement.

Dr. Ashley Boggan

Presenters include:
  • LaToya Redd Thompson
  • Micheal Pope
  • Dr. Ashley Boggan

LaToya Redd Thompson practices law and is the Mississippi Conference Lay Leader and President of the AACLL.

Micheal Pope is  the CEO of ASEB (Alzheimer's Services East Bay) and California-Nevada Conference Lay Leader and Vice-President of the AACLL.

Dr. Ashley Boggan is the General Secretary of the General Commission on Archives and History. In this role she ensures that the UMC understands its past in order to envision a more equitable future for all Methodists. Dr. Boggan earned her PhD from Drew Theological School's Graduate Division of Religion, specializing in both Methodist/Wesley Studies and Women's/Gender Studies.

Dr. Boggan is the co-author of American Methodism: Revised and Updated Edition (Abingdon Press, 2022). She is also the author of Entangled: A History of American Methodism, Politics, and Sexuality (New Room Books, 2018) and Nevertheless: American Methodists and Women's Rights (Wesley's Foundery Books, 2020).
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