Cokesbury, II

I’ve heard from several folks who work with/for Cokesbury, including one Bishop and two members of the United Methodist Publishing House Board.  EVERY one has expressed a deep, sincere interest in improving Cokesbury in any way possible.

There are obstacles, to be sure, but are there obstacles that cannot be overcome?  I don’t think so.

What can I do to help Cokesbury be better?  What can you do to help Cokesbury be better?

Speak up; share good and bad experiences, and share them with people who can make a difference.

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One thought on “Cokesbury, II

  1. Change is tough. I don’t know how it is with Cokesbury, but with several churches I’ve led, there is a strong commitment to change anything, as long as we keep doing the same things and doing them the same way.

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