United Methodist Now - June 19, 2017
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Singing in a choir can change your life
"Sing lustily and with good courage." John Wesley himself encouraged singing in church. Being in a choir enhances worship, builds community, and improves health, say United Methodist music ministers. Read more.
The father of all quizzes
The U.S. just celebrated Father’s Day. How much do you know about some of the dads who shaped The United Methodist Church? Take our quick quiz and learn more about their lives. Take the quiz.
Our history: Rock star hymn writer
Fanny Crosby is a musical legend who was blinded as a baby, and went on to pen classics such as "Blessed Assurance" and "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross." Find out more about the Methodist woman who wrote more hymns than Charles Wesley. Watch video.
10 books to feed your faith
For many people, this time of year means vacations and more time to relax and read. These enjoyable titles – fiction, inspiration, Bible study, devotion and more – also feed your spirit. Learn more.