United Methodist leaders in the North Central Jurisdiction re-commit to resisting and dismantling racism.
United Methodists were among 3,000 clergy in Washington D. C. on August 28 for the Ministers March for Justice.
The Oakland County Times reports how 500 were “standing up for love” in Ferndale, Michigan.
Bishop David A. Bard calls for a deepened commitment to love and justice.
The Gospel and Social Principles inform Bishop Bruce R. Ough’s call to oppose evil.
Five persons share their perspectives on bridging divides and fostering understanding.
An eye-opening spring break takes students on a trip through the southern United States.
A young adult missionary serving in Detroit reflects on the Civil Rights Movement … past and present.
BMCR celebrates the past and moves forward with the fight against racism.
Katherine Johnson, who had a key role in the early U.S. space program, was raised Methodist.