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The Rev. Lawson Bryan learns he has been elected the fourth bishop in the Southeastern Jurisdiction during its meeting in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina. Photo by Matt Brodie, South Carolina Conference.

R. Lawson Bryan is fourth bishop elected in Southeastern Jurisdiction

The senior pastor of First United Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, is elected on the 10th ballot. Read More

President George W. Bush awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to author Harper Lee during a ceremony Monday, Nov. 5, 2007, in the East Room. White House photo by Eric Draper.

Harper Lee was United Methodist in word, deed

Fellow United Methodists credit her with artistry and courage in writing "To Kill a Mockingbird." Read More

Alabama-West Florida Conference

May 31-June 3, 2015, in Montgomery, Alabama Read More

“Pass It On” is the title a 1969 song by Kurt Kaiser. It proclaims that when you experience God’s love, you want to share it with everyone. This is one way to understand evangelism. Photo courtesy of John Partipillo

6 examples of effective Wesleyan evangelism

United Methodist Harry Denman Award winners show that sharing the good news doesn’t have to be scary or intrusive. Read More

“Pass It On” is the title a 1969 song by Kurt Kaiser. It proclaims that when you experience God’s love, you want to share it with everyone. This is one way to understand evangelism. Photo courtesy of John Partipillo

6 examples of effective Wesleyan evangelism

United Methodist Harry Denman Award winners show that sharing the good news doesn’t have to be scary or intrusive. Read More

Dawn Wiggins Hare visits with Alice Finch Lee during a celebration for Lee’s 100th birthday at First United Methodist Church in Monroeville, Ala. Photo by Marianne Lee, a family member.

Alice Lee, United Methodist leader, dies at 103

Lee, the lawyer sister of author Harper Lee, served the church at all levels. Read More

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