A musician and bishop, Laurie Haller shares what “got to me” in Wesley’s hymn, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today.”
Directors of the Board of Global Ministries express pain over the divide that has occurred since the special General Conference.
Relationships — between individuals, nations, churches, or denominations — are complex. Jack Harnish explores the difficulties United Methodists now face.
Conversations about the future of The UMC are quietly occurring among leaders after General Conference underscored deep divisions over homosexuality.
World Water Day was observed March 22, 2019. The Rev. Bill Wylie-Kellermann spoke at a Water Day event in Detroit that addressed Michigan’s water concerns.
Early in his faith journey, the Rev. Rudy Rasmus learned to prioritize good, a tenet that still guides his ministry today.
March is Women’s History Month. Take time to remember exceptional Methodist leaders like Mary McLeod Bethune, a pioneer in education.
“There are numerous, intended or unintended, consequences of any kind of schism or splinter of The United Methodist Church,” says Rev. John Harnish.
Passage of the Traditional Plan by GC 2019 prompted both joy and grief among young adults present in St. Louis.
Michigan delegates and observers came together on Tuesday, a day of momentous decision, with a variety of emotions. For some it was the Fourth of July, for others Good Friday.