Connecting the church in mission is the role of the General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodism’s worldwide mission agency.
Undeniably, racial tensions still exist in today’s society. For many years, The United Methodist Church and its predecessors have worked to ease those tensions
On May 10-20, the 2016 United Methodist General Conference convened in Portland, Oregon.
The words of the Apostle’s Creed are familiar to most of us. This creed is not exclusive to United Methodists; in fact, it points us to be more inclusive of our fellow Christian believers.
In May, we celebrate Christian Home Month in The United Methodist Church. It is a month focused on faith formation in the home.
Like the intricate pattern and color in a stained-glass window when light shines through and the picture is illuminated, our United Methodist Church becomes more beautiful as we embrace the rich range of culture, ...
Thomas Jefferson has been attributed with saying, “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.”
Today is Peace with Justice Sunday, one of United Methodism’s six Special Sundays. Our gifts support ministries that promote peace and advocate justice.
The beauty of being a part of the global United Methodist Church is gaining a deeper understanding of what it means to witness to the glory of God among the nations.
Twenty-two percent of the more than 5 million Native Americans in the United States continue to live on reservations in some of the most desolate and difficult regions.