Items Tagged "Book Of Resolutions"
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Effort to make Social Principles more global
2012 General Conference adopts petition to revise to make them "more succinct, theologically founded and globally relevant." Read More
Churches respond to Chicago school strike
As Chicago public schoolteacher strike enters second day, churches open doors for tutoring, recreation and fun. Read More
Health care law survives; what’s ahead?
After the recent Supreme Court ruling, United Methodists are still discussing what the law means for the church and U.S. society as a whole. Read More
GC2012: How Book of Discipline comes to be
Editor Marvin Cropsey explains the process to prepare the revisions of Discipline and Resolutions. Read More
Do we understand how the church works?
Evidence and experience point to knowledge gap separating members from the official stands and policies of the church. Read More
Science can help church keep its young folk
Clergy Letter Project and Evolution Weekend offer opportunities to show young people that church door is open to them. Read More
United States-Mexico Border
The United States-Mexico border is a 2,000-mile-long area where the socioeconomic dynamics of two interacting cultures have a negative impact on the quality of life of adjoining populations. Read More
US Immigration and Family Unity
T the General Conference is in support of just and fair immigration policies that benefit and allow the family to preserve and maintain its unity. Read More
Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
We assert that immigrants are children of God made in God's image, affirm the labor and struggle of the undocumented worker, and assert that immigrant children deserve to be educated and provided with basic social services. Read More
Evolution and Intelligent Design
The General Conference of The United Methodist Church opposes the introduction of any faith-based theories such as Creationism or Intelligent Design into the curriculum of public schools. Read More
God’s Creation and the Church
As disciples of Christ, we are called to be good stewards of God's creation. Read More