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The Rev. Junius B. Dotson, top executive of Discipleship Ministries, suggests how the church can shift to conversation to reaching people for Jesus.
African clergyman says the “way forward” for The United Methodist Church involves reconciliation.
The Rev. Walter Fenton, an analyst for Good News, writes about what members of renewal and reform groups see as misunderstandings or mischaracterizations of their positions.
One of two agencies that oversee accreditation for Saint Paul School of Theology notified the seminary on March 8 that it had been placed on probation.
United Methodists are leaders in an alliance opposing drug-related extrajudicial killings in which more than 7,000 Filipinos have died.
A decision by the United Methodist Judicial Council could affect the standing of Bishop Karen Oliveto, the denomination’s first openly gay bishop.
The Rev. Harald Rückert was elected bishop of the Germany Central Conference.
Bishop Patrick Streiff invokes John Wesley in address touching on various subjects.
BMCR celebrates 50th anniversary even as members look forward to work that still needs to be done in fighting racism.
Higher Education and Ministry brought together seminary professors to discuss the denomination’s current impasse on homosexuality.
United Methodists among thousands in D.C. marching against resumption of construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Humberto Barralaga, detained for more than a month by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has been released on $8,000 bond.
A United Methodist mobile bus clinic donated to Philippines Conference will help provide care in more remote areas.
Peg-Leg Flamingos, a United Methodist leadership program, aims to nurture and educate young Native American leaders.
Questions of divorce and remarriage by clergy and members were considered by Methodism’s top court long before same-sex marriage became an issue.
United Methodist clergy and laywomen draw inspiration, strength from others as they follow their own paths.
#HerTruth video project tells a sobering story about discrimination against women in ministry and offers resources to help the church uphold its standards of equality.
The women addressed their letter to the Wesleyan Covenant Association, which wants to hold the line on the denomination’s homosexuality teachings.
Discipleship Ministries and the Sierra Leone church have teamed up to make United Methodist resources available locally.
A grassroots, ecumenical initiative was unveiled March 3 in anticipation of a revised executive order banning refugees from some majority Muslim countries.