A decision to charge $200-per-person registration fees for the 2019 General Conference is already having the opposite effect of what the General Conference Commission intended.
Two parallel campaigns – one interfaith and one Christian – debuted this week as ways for Christians to join in public witness to Jesus and his teachings in America.
It’s time to “call BS” on the false narratives making their way around The United Methodist Church, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
The real issue for the 2019 General Conference isn’t homosexuality or even unity, it’s domination, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
A chance meeting with two members of the National Rifle Association brings some expected and some surprising results.
Surprising moves by two noted pastors demonstrate the deep discernment and flexibility that will be needed as The United Methodist Church seeks a path into its future.
Judicial Council President Oswald Tweh is drawn into a political war of words in his native Liberia that disquiets United Methodists who remember the country’s 12-year civil war.
Just as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Fannie Lou Hamer challenged an American system that shut out some citizens, two United Methodist congregations have voted to challenge the United Methodist ban on same-gender marriages.
“Evangelicals” have been held up to scorn and scrutiny in the media recently, but their public disgrace prompts Cynthia B. Astle to counsel compassion for them rather than revenge.
The finances of the worldwide United Methodist Church almost take an accountant to unpack, but we did our best to answer readers’ questions about Discipleship Ministries’ money and recent personnel cutbacks.