The Uniting Methodist Movement held their first conference this week in Atlanta, GA.
“I am sick at the thought of someone shooting people in church,” says this Michigan pastor.
In this chapter of “Drinking the Cup,” the Rev. John Boley talks the forward march of history.
In this month’s, “Home Words Bound,” Rev. Benton Heisler reflects on the grace and the power of God.
Bishop David Bard turns to the gospel to frame thoughts on the tragedy in Sutherland Springs, TX.
Another chapter in the United Methodist Forum: What does unity look like?
500 years after Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation, his spirit lives on in the church today.
A pastor views the current opioid crisis within the context of need for compassionate and loving relationships.
A Cherokee legend offers insight into the choice between living with hope or anxiety.
What are the spiritual convictions and practices that give United Methodists character?