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Commentary: Bible not a book but a library

United Methodist pastor shares five benefits of reading Scripture as a collection of God-breathed books. Read More

The church, Jimmy Fallon and joy

Ben Gosden says United Methodists could learn a lot from the current host of “The Tonight Show” -- especially about how we disagree. Read More

Honoring Bishop Robert C. Morgan

During Women’s History Month, Bishop Debra Wallace-Padgett remembers a man who opened doors for others, including women, ethnic and younger clergy. Read More

Remembering Bob Edgar and his impact

A tribute to a "tireless champion for vulnerable people" who will be sorely missed. Read More

Why United Methodist-related schools matter

"We don't emphasize ethics and social responsibility because someone told us that this is a hip thing to do. We're just being who we are." More

Human Relations Day: Join in seeking justice

Little Rock pastor reminds that Human Relations Days offers opportunity to work with others 'to heal the wounds of social inequality.' Read More

From ‘borderline bordello’ to the pulpit

For much of his life, Rudy Rasmus profited from others' pain and sin. Now he tries to save them from it. Read More

George McGovern: Champion of the hungry

A United Methodist pastor remembers the mentor and friend whose deepest passions were to end war and eliminate hunger. Read More

My dad: A kind, gentle man of steel

Nettles Talbert taught son to "acknowledge the humanity in the other person." Read More

Racism still stings, bishop tells King

In his birthday letter to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Bishop Woodie White ponders whether race is America's 'stubborn virus.' Read More