The People of The United Methodist Church
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Who are the people called Methodists?
In October, we celebrate World Communion Sunday and our unity as the Body of Christ. This is a good time to take a look at the people called Methodists, 80 million people globally comprising 80 denominations tracing their origins back to John Wesley.
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Finding comfort in oxtail soup
To commemorate Filipino American History Month in the United States, we share this favorite comfort food recipe from United Methodist Leo Pascua, a Filipino American who grew up in Hawaii. Hawaii is a melting pot of traditions and customs and variations of oxtail soup are popular in Hawaii and in the Philippines.