The struggle to hold The United Methodist Church together despite longstanding division over homosexuality was the denomination’s top news story of 2018.
A United Methodist chaplain was among early responders to the shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis.
Aldersgate United Methodist in Santa Fe, Texas, opens doors to agencies providing counseling and other support.
Marchers in 800 cities joined a group of students from Parkland, FL saying, “enough is enough.”
A child asks, “Why do kids bring guns to school?” and a mom struggles to answer.
In this edition of “A Joyful Journey,” Bishop Bard traces the social justice dimensions of his faith to Billy Graham.
School shooting survivors will be “change agents,” says a United Methodist elementary school teacher.
After Parkland, this Florida pastor believes it’s time for righteous anger and redemptive action.
As pastors near a mass school shooting respond, one leader says United Methodists must do more than pray.
Bishop Ken Carter expresses grief and emphasizes the need to break the cycle of violence.