Outcome Stories

Area Consultants Outcome Stories


In the old west, populations of desolate towns could explode as a result of discovering gold, silver, or even oil. Oftentimes, those thriving boomtowns would shrink when fortunes were not made, or the supply of sought-after minerals declined. While these stories harken images of the Gold Rush, boomtowns still exist all around us. For instance, in the next ten to fifteen years, Troy, TX is projected to triple in size, moving from less than 2,000 people to over 6,000, and Troy UMC is gearing up for the boom.

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Apportionment Success in the El Paso District

Measurable results. They are necessary to determine success, but so often in ministry they seem elusive. How do we measure discipleship growth? What fruit indicates positive change and who makes that evaluation?

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Building a garden that honors God and serves the community

Barnett Chapel UMC in Kerrville transformed two vacant lots into The Glory Community Garden, a gathering place that strengthens the community, feeds families and celebrates God.

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