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UMs voice questions about future

Bishop David Graves addresses group around three church plans

United Methodists are turning out in force for conference meetings aimed at informing people about the special 2019 General Conference. 

When things get ugly

Heart and cross

The Rev. Dr. Glenn Wagner describes how “ugly” happens between persons, parties, and nations. God’s response to ugliness is Jesus.

Generous generosity

Helping Hands

Bishop David A. Bard, The Michigan Area, talks about the kind of generosity that begins with the lavish love of God, not with our wallets, check books or credit cards …  If you have not already heard, The United Methodist Church, at its last General Conference in 2016, added a continuing education and evaluation requirement… Continue Reading Generous generosity

I am United Methodist … even though

Bishop Julius C. Trimble attending a march for justice August 2017

Bishop Julius C. Trimble, Indiana Conference, explains why he is a United Methodist “even though every day is not sunny.”

Their silence fills the earth

Woman alone on a bridge

Dakotas-Minnesota Area Bishop Bruce R. Ough asserts  that followers of Jesus cannot remain silent about the sin of sexual abuse and assault. 

African bishops vow to maintain unity

African Bishop Mande Muyombo addresses colleagues

African bishops have reaffirmed their traditionalist view of marriage and their commitment to the unity of The United Methodist Church.

After the General Conference

Roadsign indicating Past-Present-Future

The top executive for the United Methodist Men reviews some “facts of life” regarding the called session in St. Louis.

Mountains, fortresses, and community

North Cascade Mountains

A hike in the mountains brought the Rev. John Hice in touch with nature’s beauty and the bounty of God’s great love.

Is prayer crazy?

Woman praying

The CEO of Kids Hope USA shares the secret behind the success of their daily efforts with mentoring at-risk students.

From Vietnam to great church buildings

Chancel of Lansing Central United Methodist Church

In his September blog, the Rev. John Boley engages in a “dialogue between the past and the present” while addressing God’s people in an historic church.