“Apocalypse denial” is a virus affecting the church as surely as the coronavirus causes COVID-19. There’s no going back to “normal.”
Some bishops in the Midwest are counseling their churches not to re-open now despite a demand from President Trump.
Nearly three months into the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, United Methodists and other Christians are making time to mourn the dead.
The Trump Administration is using a 1944 law as a COVID-19 excuse to deport immigrant children being held in detention, often without notice to their families and advocates and sometimes at night.
Social media are making it possible for ordinary people to write the history of the global coronavirus pandemic’s effect on lives and communities.
Environmentalist and United Methodist layman Bill McKibben preached to preachers May 18 that reversing climate change on Earth is the most critical issue of our time.
Via a webinar organized by U.S. supporters, United Methodists in the Philippines give witness to increased violent repression under the guise of enforcing a coronavirus quara tine.
How well prepared is your congregation or annual conference to deal with natural disasters that can occur on top of the coronavirus pandemic?
Church leaders offer advice for perseverance and a guide for pastoral transitions.
Three ecumenical bodies are coming together to sponsor webinars; a church in Illinois creates an uplifting “Hallelujah” video.