In this month’s blog, Drinking the Cup, the Rev. John Boley speaks about a series of personal encounters made possible by decades-long connections in The United Methodist Church.
Relationships heal. That’s the focus of this second article in a series about WV churches dealing with the opioid crisis.
In a few short weeks pastors and congregations will be starting their new relationships together.
Two new books help United Methodists engage with God’s world and with their communities.
It’s time for the church to “put our focus back on what matters most — Jesus and relationships.”
It’s not too late to register for outdoor fun at one of Michigan’s nine United Methodist camps.
Small church offers a face-to-face family for those whose kin are far-away.
Iowa pastor’s emphasis on abundant health builds bodies and the Body of Christ.
Keeping up a fitness routine can be rough, but some United Methodist churches offer ways to stay strong.
This month’s Perspectives on Hope explores ways to build bridges in times of distrust and division.