John Wesley set sail for America on October 21, 1735, after a discernment process that included a Bible story and a stained glass window.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Learn more about how people of faith can understand the problem and interrupt the violence.
Shirley Bachelder shares thoughts about faith, friendship, prayer, gratitude, and love. Her wisdom will encourage and inspire you.
We have been keeping a list of intriguing questions about The United Methodist Church. Get the answers and send us your query. Ask the UMC.
Liberia is now Ebola-free, but many stricken with the virus are now experiencing poor vision, fatigue and severe headaches.
People may expect pastors to always know what to say, but sometimes that’s not easy. Clergy talk about their most challenging conversations and their best counsel.
Film depicts how one man's desire to "do the right thing" turns into a struggle to save others and lift his own life out of despair.
Church members keep carloads of fresh meat and vegetables out of the landfill and turn them into healthy meals for the hungry and homeless.
The Rev. Laurence Hull Stookey, professor emeritus of worship at Wesley Theological Seminary, brought United Methodist liturgy to Camp David.
You see a need and want to respond, but how? Through United Methodist programs, your prayer, donations, and volunteering can have more impact.
Will Wahl, an 18-year-old contestant from New Jersey, aspires to be a pastor, a decision borne from his missionary work in Haiti.
Pam Simon, a United Methodist, was shot with her boss, U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords, and now joins her in advocacy.
Spend some time in prayer with these resources from The Upper Room.