Churches and bishops, along with United Methodist Women, responded to the violence in Charlottesville, Va., with vows to resist racism and white supremacy with inclusion, self-discipline and love.
Several United Methodist bishops issued letters to their clergy and congregations urging them to take strong stands against racism and white supremacy on the Sunday after violence in Charlottesville, Va.
The Rev. Bob Walters, who pioneered a new kind of mutual mission outreach in Africa, died unexpectedly July 31 from a massive heart attack while riding his bicycle in Indiana.
Announcement that scientists have “edited” DNA in human embryos brought swift denunciations from United Methodists who helped craft the church’s stance against such dangerous genetic therapy.
United Methodist Insight offers two reasons why the closed-door policy of the Commission on A Way Forward is doing more harm than good for The United Methodist Church.
Jesus’ followers are finding themselves called to face scorn and derision from even their own churches, friends and family as church breakups have yet to yield new ties, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
No matter how small and disconnected a church may seem, its computers are still vulnerable to being damaged or hijacked by malicious software. Experts counsel on the best ways to keep church computers safer.
A straw poll finds that churches don’t change their passwords as often as they should, but they seek professional help if infected with malicious software.
Subscribing to yet another email newsletter prompts Cynthia B. Astle to ponder the daily collisions between life and faith.
Texas’ Juneteenth holiday, which celebrates the arrival of news of emancipation for the state’s slaves, gives Cynthia B. Astle a way to ponder the acquittal of the former officer who shot and killed Philando Castile.