Two clergymen share examples of the differing views on whether The United Methodist Church should divide.
How are Christians to fulfill Jesus’ mission of care and compassion in a nation that has become an empire committing evil under a racist president?
Against horrific headlines about the plight of immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, United Methodists are bringing help and hope to refugees and asylum seekers, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
Final version of letter from Asbury alumni and students opposing the Traditional Plan gets new circulation through social media.
Bishops LaTrelle Easterling and Laurie Haller rendered rulings of law on challenges presented at the 2019 sessions of their respective annual conferences.
Top agency executives and bishops are urging United Methodists to assist immigrants with supplies, advocacy and spiritual support, while the World Methodist Council has pledged to work internationally to help migrants.
Choosing to disaffiliate from the UMC marks a failure of leadership, while withholding funding for church-wide ministries put lives at risk, say California-Nevada leaders.
A dream of liberating and caring for migrant children turns into a nightmare at the reality of inhumane treatment in U.S. border camps, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
Traditionalist leaders who failed to be elected as delegates to General Conference 2020 come from different annual conferences but share a network of connections.
Centrist and progressive candidates sweep General Conference delegate elections in four annual conferences on one day.