The Word Wagon

Casey Enright, Class of 2017, has launched a new ministry to address the lack of age appropriate books for children in lower income homes. I hope you will enjoy learning about “The Word Wagon” and support Casey in this ministry. The Word Wagon is a new program in the Middle Read more…

Room in the Inn

A little over a week ago, our students partnered with our board of directors to host an evening of Room in the Inn’s winter shelter at Belmont United Methodist Church. This year marks the thirtieth year Room in the Inn has partnered with local congregations to host overnight guests from November Read more…

Wesley Wellness Groups

Belmont Wesley Fellowship is offering new small groups called “Wesley Wellness Groups.” These groups will focus on building faith and community through spiritual practices. They will provide close friends who will share the joys and burdens of life together. By participating in a group, students will discover ways that faith Read more…

Changing Our Story

I recently listened to an interview with Bryan Stevenson. Stevenson is an attorney and the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. He has done an incredible amount of good in a deeply broken system. In the interview, he shared about the influence of his grandmother on his life. He told Read more…

Faithful Sex Ed Convocation

BWF Hosts Academic Lecture Convocation Faithful Sex Ed Convocation Monday, March 30 at 5 p.m. in Beaman A and B Join us for an engaging lecture and presentation about more honest conversations of sexuality and sexuality education in the church. Our presenter will be Lyndsey Godwin who is assistant director Read more…

Campus Faith Survival Guide

When I was an active Boy Scout, I earned and then later taught the Wilderness Survival merit badge. The highlight of the course was making an overnight shelter and then “surviving” a night in the woods. All this took place at the camp where I was on staff, so in Read more…