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United Methodist clergy spoke out against Arkansas first execution since 2005 and plans for other executions by April 27.
Some say fragile unity will be tested, regardless of the ruling in the case that could affect United Methodist Bishop Karen Oliveto.
The denomination’s top court faces a question of whether it should weigh in on Bishop Oliveto’s election at all.
Panel at U.N. headquarters highlights decades-long leadership of faith-based groups in U.S. refugee resettlement.
Appointment of Norwegian United Methodist pastor to Lutheran church highlights value of ecumenism.
As Arkansas fights to move ahead with a series of double executions, United Methodist clergy are among those speaking out against the plan to execute seven men by April 27.
A United Methodist seminary in Nigeria is providing basic skills training for the wives of students training to be pastors.
Free medical outreach program conducted by The United Methodist Church in rural Zimbabwe also encouraged patients to seek treatment sooner.
Happy animals, abundant crops makes the pan-African university self-sustaining. The agricultural department was one of first two faculties established in 1992.
As the commission works toward church unity, some members say the group is contemplating “loosening the connection.”
United Methodists organize worship service to mark one-year anniversary of a bloody attack in the Philippines.
Roundtable meeting gives The United Methodist Church in Nigeria the opportunity to develop a strategic plan for the next six years when the church will celebrate it centenary.
The bishop led United Methodists in East Angola through some of the worst of his country’s civil war. “The church was everything for him.”
United Methodist Church’s National Plan for Hispanic/Latino Ministry underwrites trip across South
Niebuhr, the theologian best known today for the Serenity Prayer, offered ideas relevant to the current political scene.
Sierra Leone’s United Methodist bishop warns the church needs to reduce its reliance on overseas funds in case the denomination splits over homosexuality.
United Methodist bishops and a youth organization have spoken out against legalizing the death penalty in the Philippines.
As the denomination struggles with declining U.S. membership, a chaplain at a United Methodist-related college wonders who counts in his campus ministry.
The Rev. Liliana Padilla draws new people to historic Hispanic church for free breakfast and Bible study.
North East Nigeria Conference has 12 districts and 6 mission areas.