More than 900 copies of the study series on the Bible, sexuality and the United Methodist Church have been distributed since its debut last fall.
The Rev. Rob Fuquay of Indianapolis has crafted a study series that asks participants to examine the scriptures touching on homosexuality using a Wesleyan theological method.
More than 400 Indiana United Methodists have signed a letter in support of the Rev. Anna Blaedel, who faces the possibility of a church trial over their sexual orientation.
The Room for All Coalition prepared a slate of candidates with centrist and progressive stances toward full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the UMC.
Indiana Bishop Julius C. Trimble reached out to LGBTQ United Methodists in his area to share in an emotionally intense panel discussion after the 2019 General Conference.
A new book by Dr. Adolf Hansen provides information and poses questions for mature audiences on the United Methodist Church’s conflict over acceptance of homosexuality.
Longtime United Methodist communicator and social justice advocate, the Rev. Dr. Daniel R. Gangler, challenges the Rev. Dr. Chris Ritter’s assessment of progressive and centrist United Methodists.
A United Methodist pastor from West Michigan is sleeping outside to protest The United Methodist Church’s stances on homosexual practice.
Defying anti-refugee sentiment and their governor’s refusal to accept Syrian refugees in Indiana, United Methodists extend a warm welcome to three Syrian families in a rally and interfaith candlelight prayer vigil.
The Rev. Todd Outcalt’s latest book, “A Common Ground,” explores how the world’s different religions faiths carry universal human values, writes the Rev. Daniel R. Gangler.