Caring for the waves of immigrants heading for Europe from Africa offers a prime opportunity for United Methodists to connect with the "migratory God" of our biblical tradition, writes Dr. David N. Field. more »
Call them "urban missionaries" or "new monastics," the residents of the new Savannah House are experimenting with how to minister to contemporary society, writes the Rev. Josh Fitzpatrick. more »
Aug 20, 2015 10:59 AM Local Church
United Methodists tell federal officials about how the Affordable Care Act has helped young people get health services they otherwise couldn't afford, reports Discipleship Ministries. more »
Aug 21, 2015 12:18 PM Global Health
What if that gospel source known as "Q" actually comes from United Methodists' favorite church jargon? The Rev. Rich Peck has a humorous take on the prospect. more »
At the invitation of the Rev. F. Willis Johnson Jr., United Methodist clergy converged on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Mo., to walk the street as a sign of hope for the racially torn community. more »
Aug 13, 2015 10:37 AM Advocating Justice
Many within the Christian faith find the thought of loving those whom they hate reprehensible and repellant, even though Jesus explicitly calls his disciples to love. The Rev. Dan R. Dick explores why this is so. more »
Aug 11, 2015 1:55 PM Dan R. Dick
"Youth ministry does a lot of work to undergird corporate beliefs. How does it equip the individual to process the most intangible parts of faith – the mystery of God, the places where our lives intersect with the transcendent?"
– Kevin Alton, writing for YouthWorker Movement's blog.