From riding a horse to studying the Bible, we offer ways to grow as a Christian and to connect with our United Methodist heritage in the New Year.
We see them on Ash Wednesday, but how much do you know about this ancient symbol and its underlying message?
Worried about your child heading to college, and heading away from church? Youth leaders share tips to make your home a stronger spiritual base.
United Methodist Harry Denman Award winners show that sharing the good news doesn’t have to be scary or intrusive.
When leadership changes, so do churches. A pastor who has been there before shares lessons learned and tips to make things work well right from the start.
Find creative ideas to make this season of thanks more about giving than receiving.
A Georgia church’s experience offers lessons for faith communities overcoming disaster.
Churches in the U.S. find a wide variety of ways to honor fallen veterans.
United Methodists observe Ordinary Time after the Easter season but in church, and in life, every day is a chance to do something extraordinary.
Hear expert advice about making space for prayer in a busy lifestyle.
When college students return home on break, some struggle to reconnect. United Methodist churches can use these creative ideas to minister to them.
Learn the two reasons those words are spoken at communion.
United Methodist-related McKendree University suggests some sure ways to succeed.
United Methodists tell of the best Christmas gifts they’ve received. They didn't cost anything to give, but are valuable to their recipients.
We need moments to mentally and spiritually refresh.
Christians still struggle today with how to view Jesus’ most notorious disciple. Scholars argue for a nuanced view.
If someone were to ask a member of your congregation,
Suicide is not God's plan for our lives, but it is not unforgivable. Learn what you can do to help those who struggle with suicidal thoughts.
Learn what The United Methodist Church says about global migration and what you can do to make a difference in your community and around the world.
Tithing is commonly understood as the giving of one-tenth of one’s income for God. John Wesley offered an even higher standard for giving. Ask The UMC is a service of United Methodist Communications.
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