A Dallas reader takes issue with the continued support for the One Church concept now that a practical approach for separation has emerged.
The Bay View Association in Michigan has settled three religious discrimination suits against the historically United Methodist Chautauqua-style resort.
A compilation of responses from April 27 to the Judicial Council ruling on the Traditional Plan and the exit plan.
The heads of Global Ministries and Church and Society add their voices to worldwide Christians condemning the violent attacks against churches and hotels on Easter Sunday.
Some churches are welcoming homeless people living in cars; a scholar looks at “The Message” in a new light; and richer, better-educated people more likely to shop for churches.
United Methodists continue to press the Trump Administration to halt its “zero tolerance” policy that separates immigrant families.
United Methodist leaders condemn President Donald Trump’s reported vulgar slur against Haiti, African countries, and El Salvador.
After retired Bishop Bill Lewis’ open letter to the Rev. Jeff Greenway, executive director of the Wesleyan Covenant Association, the two exchange responses about their perspectives.
Vehicles, office furniture and solar heaters were removed from the mission as part of a unfair termination judgment against a church-related orphanage by a former administrator.
A Liberian pastor thanks Midwest United Methodist congregations for helping orphaned children in his country.