The agenda of the 2012 annual conference
Trinity Sunday is a day to teach the doctrine of the Trinity as the basis for Christian experience.
There are important changes that should be made to the General Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Catholics and United Methodists have issued a statement together about the relationship between celebrating the Eucharist and being stewards of the earth.
The Spirit of God may have revealed to us more than we wanted to know at the 2012 General Conference
The season of Easter is a good time to meditate on the names of Jesus in the New Testament.
A prayer for the General Conference
Statement of the Florida Council on Churches on the death of Trayvon Martin
Holy Week and Easter are the central festivals of the Christian year.
The controversy over religious freedom should cause us to consider what kind of society we need today.
One of the most important spiritual disciplines to practice during Lent is reading the Bible.
Contributing to the renovation of the Barnett Lodge at Warren W. Willis Camp is something wonderful we can do together.
The decline of the mainline Protestant churches needs to be viewed theologically, not just sociologically, according to the work of divine Providence.
This is a big year for the UMC because the General Conference will be held on April 24-May 4, 2012.
The geneologies of Jesus are often overlooked, but, once understood, they witness to the Gospel.
The ridiculous birth of Jesus is a sign of God's revelation.
There is a strong relationship between a high understanding of Jesus Christ and the prophetic witness of the church.
An important new book by Kendall R. Soulen offers guidance to the church about the ways to name God.
Thanksgiving Day is a time for Christians to remember that our life is one of gratitude for the grace of God.
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