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Share these tips to talk with your family about forgiveness. Image by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

Get Them Talking: Forgiveness

As Lent begins we remember how much God forgives us when we do wrong. Have a family talk about forgiving others and how to recognize Lent together. Read More

Pray for United Methodists meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, in February. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

General Conference is happening. What can I do?

You may feel far removed from the General Conference Special Session, but there are ways to support those doing the work and follow along. More

Monthly United Methodist resources help start talks about love and other faith topics. Image by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

Get Them Talking: Love

Find Scripture and discussion points to talk with your loved ones about how caring for others is a way of showing how much God loves us. Read More

Several U.S. presidents had ties to   what is now The United Methodist Church.  Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry.

Many U.S. presidents have Methodist ties

Leaders from Lincoln to FDR to Obama turned to Wesley's followers for spiritual and social aid. Read More

United Methodists share a rich heritage. Image by United Methodist Communications.

Campaign reflects United Methodist response to God’s call

We are one church with many expressions. Free resources celebrate the ways United Methodists respond to God’s call. Yesterday. Today. Forever. Read More

United Methodist series of discussion starters for families. Image by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

Get Them Talking: Discussion starters for families

Each month we provide a scripture, reflection, prayer, activity and some starter questions to help families initiate conversations about faith issues. Read More

An animated feature has John Wesley in a pool to talk about baptism. Illustration courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

Wesleys Take the Web: Baptism

In a splashy new animated feature, John and Charles dip their toes into the deep waters of baptism. View

“The World is My Parish” is inscribed at the base of a statue of John Wesley located in the courtyard outside Wesley's Chapel and John Wesley's house at 49 City Road in London. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

The method of United Methodism: Disciple making yesterday and today

This 3-part series explores The United Methodist Church’s historic process for making disciples of Jesus Christ, which continues today. Read More

United Methodists teach that we can teach others about God by sharing kindness. Image by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

Get Them Talking: Kindness

Looking for a good family discussion starter? A new monthly series begins with reflections on how being kind is a way of serving God. Read More

Stained glass window features Shelly Gale, an early deaconess at Mother African Zoar United Methodist Church. Photo by John Coleman.

Methodist History: Mother African Zoar’s Legacy

Pennsylvania congregation has cared for its community for over 220 years, and passed on their spirit. 'We birthed five other churches.” View