Carcaño guest at Obama immigration speech
United Methodist Bishop Minerva Carcaño joined other faith leaders in affirming the President’s call for immigration reform.
Church immigration network changing
In what promises to be a watershed year in immigration reform, the United Methodist immigrant justice network refocuses on a national scale.
Denomination urged to trust, share leadership
Nearly 1,000 United Methodists attend leadership-training event focused on finding common language and instilling trust for next four years.
Still there, Connectional Table starts anew
Church body regroups with new members to set priorities, but emotions surrounding previous effort to restructure operations evident.
2013 hunger report: Goals ‘within reach’
Report on world hunger notes measurable successes in poorest countries.
After 50 years, MLK dream nearer to reality
In his annual letter, Bishop White recalls 1963 when King ‘took that mass of humanity to … Church!’ in the March on Washington.
King opposed war, not those who served
King ‘foot soldier’ emphasizes that acts of concern and care for those who defend the nation are ‘essential for any of us who claim to be antiwar.’
Methodists join Belfast peace effort
East Belfast mission, pastor use facility there to bring community together to find way to end violence, destruction.
Honoring veterans is tribute to King’s legacy
When protesting war or Jim Crow laws, Civil Rights leader engaged the policymakers, not those simply following orders.
Faith coalition backs Obama gun plan
United Methodists join faith leaders representing more than 80 million Americans in urging immediate action to respond to crisis.
Human Relations Day gifts aid recovery
Easter tragedy leads to lifesaving outreach to addicts in Arkansas. “This is not just a job,” says executive director. ‘It’s a ministry.’
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.’
Embrace military families and give thanks
Retired Navy chaplain reflects on 30 years of active service and shares ways for United Methodist churches to reach out.
Alabama church seeks healing after shooting
Days after their pastor accused of shooting and killing his wife, worshippers at Gardendale-Mt. Vernon sought comfort and answers.
Swift reaction to bishop’s gay marriage stand
Chicago Area bishop’s support of Illinois marriage legislation brings comments from all perspectives in the same-sex civil union debate.
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