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.
When we say Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors in The United Methodist Church, it is a call to radical hospitality that sometimes we do mean literally.
Young children learn best about compassion when they are able to feel connected to a community and know that they can make a difference in the world.
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.