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Many wear a sticker to indicate they have voted. Voting is a way Christians can give a voice to their beliefs in government. Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

What United Methodists need to know about voting

‘If we do not vote, how can we be a voice of justice and hope?’ Two young pastors weigh in on what people of faith should consider before voting. Read More

Wesley professor joins U.S. State Department

Shaun Casey's main task will be to reach out to religious groups around the world. Read More

The Church in China: Pews are full

Many of country's historic churches now filled with thousands-instead of hundreds-as young people turn to churches in large numbers. Read More

The Church in China: A growth in size, faith

As the number of Christians in China climbs, Chinese faith leaders work to maintain relationships with faith groups internationally. Read More

Participating in the groundbreaking are: (left to right) Robert Stern, architect; R. Gerald Turner, SMU president; Condoleezza Rice, chair of the Bush Institute Advisory Board; George and Laura Bush.

SMU breaks ground on Bush Center

Former president tells 3,000 supporters: "Today's groundbreaking marks the beginning of a journey." Read More

Regional United Methodist Bishops Affirm SMU Presidential Library Process

Bishops representing United Methodists in the south central United States today affirmed the process by which Southern Methodist University is seeking to host the George W. Bush presidential library and policy center.
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