What If…? is a series of comic books published by Marvel Comics whose stories explore how the universe might have unfolded if key moments in its history hadn’t occurred. What If we followed the narrative of the road not traveled in our congregations. Let’s see What If we treated everyone who came into our churches like guests ready to be welcomed with intentional hospitality? Many people today, by their own admission, “church shop” when looking for a new congregation to call home. What…
Why Ascension Day matters to United Methodists
The Wesleys, leaders of the early Methodist movement, called this an important holy day. A hymn explains its significance.
WAYS: Why are you a United Methodist?
Interpreter readers tell why they choose to be United Methodists.
What MARCHA means to United Methodists
United Methodists talk about their role in the Hispanic/Latino caucus, working to bring more voices to the church.
10 books to feed your faith: Great reads for United Methodists
Summer often offers us more time to relax and read. These enjoyable titles—fiction, inspiration, Bible study, devotion and more—also feed your spirit.
Crescent Avenue United Methodist Church
"Glorious Amazing Day" with Pastor Mark Gough Crescent Avenue United Methodist Church - Fort Wayne, IN www.caumc.net www.facebook.com/caumcfw
To Be United Methodist: What is “itineracy”?
Interpreter is the award-winning ministry magazine for lay and clergy leaders in local United Methodist churches across the United States.
Ooltewah United Methodist Church
Ooltewah Tennessee United Methodist Church messages of faith, grace, hope, and love.
The North Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church
Project Transformation Rio Texas, the newest chapter, plans to launch a summer program in June in San Antonio under the auspices of the Rio Texas Conference.
The Amazing Adventures of United Methodist Women in Mission
A compilation of comic book style response magazine features illustrates 150 years of women in mission in honor of our rich legacy.
United Methodist trust clause: Critical amid struggle?
John Wesley was thinking about church property when he wrote the first trust clause in 1750.
United Methodist Bishops Recommend a Way Forward
May 4, 2018 CHICAGO – United Methodist bishops, meeting in Chicago, engaged in a prayerful process to discern a way forward. At the conclusion of the discernment process, the Council of Bishops strongly approved the following motion and rationale: Having received and considered the extensive work of the Commission on a Way Forward, the Council …
The South Carolina United Methodist Conference
NASHVILLE, Tenn.––Dan Ramsey, president of the National Association of Conference Presidents of UM Men, and Gil Hanke, top staff executive of the General Commission on UM Men, presented a plaque honoring UM Men of South Carolina as the top annual conference unit of UM Men in the nation Herman Lightsey, president of the conference UM Men, received the award during a March 5-8 meeting of leaders of UM Men. UM Men of South Carolina Annual Conference host an annual retreat that traditionally brings…
What St. Patrick can teach United Methodists
Legends about St. Patrick started to spread during his lifetime. As John Wesley would some 1,300 years later, Patrick combined evangelical zeal with social teaching. Rev. George Hunter III n…
Christ United Methodist Church of Cedar Mill
Why Is God So Violent In The Bible? part of the Wresting With God series by Pastor Ric Shewell
FLUMC: Why I believe The United Methodist Church will remain united
; Published on May 30, 2017 Florida Conference Bishop Ken Carter shares “7 Reasons” why he believes that The United Methodist Church will remain united.
Do you know why we are called United Methodists?
The United Methodist Church was born in April. Learn more about how our denomination got its name and why it matters how you say it.
Amazing Kids of The United Methodist Church
The people of The United Methodist Church are putting our faith in action by making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Burke United Methodist Church: What We Believe
Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church
ENGAGE Scripture of the Week: Matthew 6:22-24 Thank you to all who have sent in their 2016-17 First Fruits Estimate of Giving in support of our ENGAGE Ministry Plan. I am looking toward to the next year with a sense of anticipation. I am excited to share that we are over