Freddie Brown Sr. once had a front seat to black history. Literally. Erik Alsgaard explains in this Black History Month profile.
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The first-ever United to Love Youth Moral Courage award was presented at ROCK 2019, and our Erik Alsgaard has the story.
More than 4,000 youth and their leaders gathered in Ocean City Feb. 8-10 for the 25th anniversary of ROCK, a retreat all about experiencing God's love. Erik Alsgaard has the story.
As part of their job description, clergy are called to cross boundaries. Clergy are invited into some of the most intimate moments of people’s lives. They visit in people’s homes, hospital rooms and funeral parlors. The may offer counsel in times of crisis. They speak out on issues that...
With the partial federal government shutdown entering its fourth week, faith leaders from the area, including Bishop LaTrelle Easterling, called for a quick end. Erik Alsgaard reports.
About two weeks before Christmas, Christie Latona, Director of Connectional Ministries for the Baltimore-Washington Conference, Emma Escobar, Coordinator of Hispanic/Latino Ministries for the BWC, and Julie Wilson, Chair of the BWC's Immigration Task Force, were south of San Diego, Calif., at...
The Federal Government's partial shutdown is being felt throughout the country and especially in the BWC. Here's how some churches are starting to respond.
So, how did we get here? Here's a brief timeline of what The United Methodist Church says about homosexuality, and how the Commission a Way Forward was created and what it did. General Conference 1968: The United Methodist Church was born by a union of The Methodist Church and...
Young adult ministry can be hard, but help is available. The Innovation Hub, part of a project from Wesley Theological Seminary, is offering help and resources. Erik Alsgaard has more.
If clergy are addicted to hurry and overdosing on over-commitment, then this year’s Clergy Pre-Advent Day Apart was an intervention. Erik Alsgaard explains in this report.