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Creating a culture of discipleship is paramount for churches today, according to the Rev. Rodney Smothers, Director of Leadership and Congregational Development for the BWC. But how do you do that?
A recent meeting of Justice for Our Neighbors -- JFON -- shed light on the plight of immigrants today.
Korean-American United Methodists are adding their voices to the growing number of people calling on the U.S. government to tone down the rhetoric on North Korea. A recent conference in Washington, D.C., addressed the situation.
Resources are available to assist your church in planning for the unthinkable: an active shooter situation at your church
The Wesleyan Political Theology Conference, held at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., Oct. 26 and 27, asked, “What would John Wesley do in our political climate?”
In separate worship services that celebrated dance, diversity and daring, the Revs. Ann Laprade and Wanda Bynum Duckett were introduced as new District Superintendents.
The BWC’s United Methodist Men is one of the most active in The United Methodist Church. On Oct. 28, they came together for their annual meeting.
Emory Fellowship, a United Methodist church in Washington, D.C., is mid-way through a $55 million transformation to reach its neighbors and community.
At the reCall Summit Oct. 20 - 21, United Methodists learned more about the sin of racism and took home concrete action steps to address it.