This Sunday, we celebrate All Saints’ Day, a day set aside to honor those who have paved the way of faith for us.
Research has determined that the way we understand and interpret life depends on our own mother tongue. Our language informs our culture and our identity.
“It comes from a voice in here calling me to be the person I was born to be, to fulfill the original selfhood given me at birth by God.”
When we dream of our plans as small children, we are not thinking about the details.
This first Sunday in October, we join together to celebrate World Communion Sunday.
Children’s Sabbath is celebrated in a variety of ways in The United Methodist Church.
Cultural anthropologist Margret Mead was credited with saying, “Never doubt the power of a small group of committed people to change the world.”
This past July, 15 new bishops were elected from the Northeastern, Southeastern, North Central, South Central and Western jurisdictions of The United Methodist Church.
Annual conferences in The United Methodist Church set aside one Sunday each year to observe Golden Cross Sunday.
While we are celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month in mid-September, several Latin American nations are celebrating their independence days.