While we are celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month in mid-September, several Latin American nations are celebrating their independence days.
Today, our thoughts inevitably turn to the events of 15 years ago on Sept. 11. Our prayers are directed toward those most affected by the tragedies.
One Sunday each year the United Methodist Church observes Rural Life Sunday where the church celebrates its rural heritage.
Only one in eight American men attend church on a weekly basis. Yet, those men who attend church experience a higher level of satisfaction in life.
We rely on ministers to offer words of comfort in difficult times and provide leadership in our personal journeys of discipleship ...
On Christian Education Sunday we celebrate those who share their gifts of teaching and service within our United Methodist Congregations.
Given the recent tragedies in our nation, we can no longer avoid the fear and tensions that divide us along so many lines, including that of race.
Education has always been a priority for The United Methodist Church, going back as far as John Wesley himself.
In May during the 2016 General Conference, our bishops were called upon to lead the conference in making an important decision about how The United Methodist Church would be moving forward.
Student loan debt in the United States is currently more than $1 trillion, spread between 43 million people. The average debt has increased 6 percent just this year.