Does God REALLY care who wins the Superbowl?

By Patrick Scriven | Director of Communications & Young People's Ministry “Pour out your anger on the nations that do not know you, and on the...

Experience the new Connectional Giving training course

NASHVILLE, Tennessee: United Methodist Communications has revised its training course, “Creating a Culture of Generosity,” which offers church leaders a chance to learn about holistic,...

Methodist Mission Bicentennial

At its core, Methodism is a missional movement. Two-hundred years ago, the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church (a forerunner of The United...

Come to Lazy Daze!

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Come to Lazy Daze! By Rosalee Mohney with Jesse N. Love REGISTER NOW! http://bit.ly/register-lazydaze Lazy Daze, an annual retreat experience for older adults, will be on September 13-15,...

Review: Spiritual Kaizen

Bishop Grant Hagiya of the Greater Northwest Area speaks about developing new leaders, one of the denomination's Four Areas of Focus during an April...

CI-PNW: Answering God’s invitation to REACT! (+ CI Leadership: My Favorite Thing About CI!)

In the Pacific Northwest, the young people who attend Christmas Institute are learning in different ways how to REACT to God’s love – through identity,...

UMC Cyber Campus Offers Education Anytime, Anywhere

By Vicki Brown* Training materials for annual conference Boards of Ordained Ministry, presentations from a churchwide sexual ethics summit, and a lecture by a well-known...

#UMCGC extends “one small step of sacramental rights” to deacons

Today, delegates approved Petition 60489 which says, "ffering the means of grace to the world, the resident bishop of an annual conference in which the...

How to get media coverage for your church event or program

Reporters and news editors may be interested in an event you're hosting or project you're involved in — especially if it benefits groups of people within your community. When your church captures positive media attention, it's priceless free promotion for you.

Physically distant but socially connecting

Reflecting on the way United Methodists have been resourcing each other, Patrick Scriven writes that this "may be what connectionalism ought to look like — a missional falling away of our individualistic competition replaced by collaboration and the knowledge that we need each other."

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