Relationships — between individuals, nations, churches, or denominations — are complex. Jack Harnish explores the difficulties United Methodists now face.
Headline-making decisions by the legislative body of The United Methodist Church will be reviewed next month by the top court.
Our daily email updates and Facebook Live interviews reported GC 2019 through a Michigan lens. Here are your links to that special coverage.
While delegates work on the floor of the 2019 General Conference, some young adults watch on the sidelines and wonder what the future holds for The United Methodist Church.
Petitions meant to address pensions and the Traditional Plan topped the list of priorities for what General Conference delegates will work on in their legislative committee reconvening on February 25.
In today’s blog from The Dome in St Louis, the Rev. John Harnish addresses the issues of separation and segregation presented by the 2019 venue for General Conference.
Born in one conference and serving in three others, Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey’s roots and witness run deep in the North Central Jurisdiction.
There are two events taking place in the America Center in St. Louis this weekend … the United Methodist General Conference and a men’s volleyball tournament. John Harnish reflects.
Trust in the Holy Spirit was at the heart of the delegates’ experience at the start of the 2019 special session of the 2019 General Conference in St. Louis.
February 23rd, the day before the official opening of the 2019 General Conference was dedicated to praying a way forward, a spiritual initiative that began months ago.