John Wesley's conversion experience at Aldersgate sparked his own faith and can help United Methodists renew their own faith journeys.
Note from Dr. Davis Chappell
Dear Friends in Christ Once a month our entire church staff meets in the Tabernacle for worship, fellowship, vision casting, prayers, and glory sightings. Glory sightings are testimonies of where we have seen God at work among us. Several weeks ago, the glory sightings part of our gathering took the whole hour. I realized later that day that I don't spend enough time celebrating and thanking God for what He's doing and has done. There was something about that morning that changed the trajectory of the whole week. Praise and thanksgiving will do that! As we celebrate what God is doing among us at BUMC these days, these are just a few of the glory sightings I have seen: I hope you will pause today and give thanks for some specific way that…
8 church communication faux pas » UMC Communications Tips
Effective church communication is more than preaching a sermon that inspires. It requires careful planning and consideration of your audience.
Tips for better family time during Christian Home Month
Celebrate Christian Home Month with your family by using refrigerator reminders, conversation starters, and other tips from Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church.
Are You Glad When Passing the Peace Ends?
Lovett H. Weems, Jr., says passing the peace can be disruptive and off-putting to visitors. Do it in a way that enhances hospitality and community.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…