Along with the new “animated Wesley” videos from United Methodist Communications, the Wesley Bros playing cards offer a surprising tool for teaching Methodist history, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
A new “religious typology” offered by the Pew Research Center suffers from a basic flaw – it fails to recognize that it’s possible to be both religious and spiritual, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
With 127 wildfires burning in the West and flash floods continuing to threaten the East in the United States, United Methodists are urged to continue supporting the church’s efforts at disaster relief and recovery.
Alabama-West Florida Conference leaders determined that the complaints brought against the U.S. attorney general referred to actions related to the performance of his public service, not personal behaviors.
A talk by the Rev. Adam Hamilton on interpreting the Bible offers a way to keep the United Methodist Church together: dropping our assumptions about scripture and one another.
Panelists at the July 16-18 Uniting Methodists’ conference in Dallas spoke with deep emotion about being accepted by the church and about their devotion to seeing the church stay together.
Combining revival with strategy, Uniting Methodists lay out their plan to promote acceptance of the ‘One Church’ unity model at the 2019 General Conference.
Sponsor of teams to bring worship to detained immigrant teen-agers, Highland Park UMC in Dallas translates the youths’ prayer requests into English and posts them for intercession by its members.
An interfaith team from North Texas brought joy and hope to youths at a U.S. immigration detention camp near El Paso.
Proponents of the “Traditional” Way Forward model argue that the UMC should forego social justice for “pure evangelism,” while progressives see the two as inextricably linked yet they often don’t follow through on the linkage.