Wtmcalilly

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Name: wtmcalilly
Date registered: September 13, 2012
URL: http://bishopbillmcalilly.wordpress.com

Latest posts

  1. Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Stories from the Congo #2 — August 25, 2014
  2. Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: God at work: stories from the Congo — August 18, 2014
  3. Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Join me at the ‘Seven Levers Workshop’ led by Bishop Robert Schnase — August 14, 2014
  4. Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Tennessee Highway Patrol Chaplains — June 19, 2014
  5. Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Join me in a pilgrimage to the Holy Land — May 26, 2014

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Aug 25 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Stories from the Congo #2

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/08/25/stories-from-the-congo-2/


Sunday, August 17 Celebrating a new home Excitement filled the air as we worshipped and assembled to dedicate the new episcopal residence for Bishop Unda as well as two office buildings. Over 1000 people attended the gathering in Kinshasa including many government dignitaries. As we shared life together, a number of different choirs sang great […]

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Aug 18 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: God at work: stories from the Congo

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/08/18/god-at-work-stories-from-the-congo/


August 14: Witnessing Growth After a long flight to Johannesburg, South Africa and a night of rest, our group flew to Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We visited the English Speaking School, which has been in existence since 1975, as well as three churches. Two of the three churches have construction projects underway […]

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Aug 14 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Join me at the ‘Seven Levers Workshop’ led by Bishop Robert Schnase

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/08/14/join-me-at-the-seven-levers-workshop-led-by-bishop-robert-schnase/


Levers – They help us lift things that are heavy. They help us get things done! Bishop Robert Schnase of the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church has identified seven levers to help conferences like ours get things done. This year he published a book to help better understand what he calls the seven […]

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Jun 19 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Tennessee Highway Patrol Chaplains

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/06/19/tennessee-highway-patrol-chaplains/


Guest Blogger: Reverend Randy Brown Matthew 25:31-46   It was a day that I didn’t see coming but I can now look back on it and see God’s hand in it.  Years ago in a different appointment, I was asked to take the months of August and September and teach a Bible Study with some of […]

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May 26 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Join me in a pilgrimage to the Holy Land

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/05/26/join-me-in-a-pilgrimage-to-the-holy-land/


Jerusalem, the Holy City! Since the earliest days of Christianity, pilgrims have made their way to this place. In February 2015, we will again follow in the ancient and venerated footsteps of these faithful Christians. As we travel together, we will worship and learn. We will visit the sites where Jesus walked, where he taught […]

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May 24 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: A response to the death penalty legislation

Original post at http://bishopbillmcalilly.com/2014/05/24/a-response-to-the-death-penalty-legislation/


This past Thursday, May 22, Governor Bill Haslam, signed legislation reauthorizing the use of the electric chair in carrying out the death penalty when drugs are unavailable for lethal injection. Governor Haslam stated that he was simply carrying out the will of the people as represented by the legislature, and felt justified in signing the […]

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