May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are a diverse and growing group of people here in the United States
One of the ways that The United Methodist Church helps young people in the pursuit of living as a part of this holy priesthood is through our support of the Black College Fund.
The work of GBGM spans the globe. This vital agency is constantly working to keep The United Methodist Church reaching out.
In March, Africa University celebrated its 25th anniversary. Today, the university serves nearly 1,500 students and has more than 6,200 alumni.
As God spoke through Ezekiel, encouraging him to speak life into dry bones, God speaks through the church today to bring life into dark and hopeless places.
This time of year, even in the busyness of life, creation seems to jump out at us.
Easter morning, Mary went to the tomb, first confused, then weeping, and finally rejoicing as she discovered that Jesus was not missing, but rather he was alive.
Next Sunday, we will be celebrating Native American Ministries Sunday.
Today, we celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday. We celebrate another thread in the tapestry that we are woven into as the whole body of Christ.
As we enter into the season of lent, our eyes turn to Jesus and his temptation in the wilderness.