Delegates early thoughts on way forward

United Methodist News Service reports some first impressions on finding a way forward.

Read More...

Traveling preachers and tricky situations

What does it mean to be “sent” not “called” to a local church? Rev. Jack Harnish reflects.

Read More...

In the mouth of the wolf

National Justice For Our Neighbors shares a story of Salvadorans living in southeastern Michigan.

Read More...

Thank you to young farm workers

Her participation in National Farm Worker activities has led her to support the Dream Act.

Read More...

Aid, advancement, and advocacy

The Rev. Jorge Acevedo retells the story of the Good Samaritan for a 21st century context.

Read More...

Let’s have sane talk about insane violence

Pictures of the Bath School tragedy were part of his growing up. Now Mark Conrad seeks solutions.

Read More...

Realities of large-scale division

A self-professed “Wesleyan nerd” analyzes the consequences of a break up of The UMC.

Read More...

Time for shouting

After Parkland, this Florida pastor believes it’s time for righteous anger and redemptive action.

Read More...

Lent … a time for turning

The spiritual disciplines practiced during Lent help turn our focus from ourselves toward others. 

Read More...

Church should do more to fight racism

United Methodist Church asked to re-examine history again then, “tell the truth.”

Read More...