Bishop David Bard gives updates on disaffiliation, encourages every church to engage in anti-racism work, and shares how we might respond to recent violence.
In his parting words, Bishop Ough expresses his gratitude and urges us to go forth, make new disciples, and be the light.
We are called by God in this Christmas season to respond with openness to let God work through us to bring hope and healing to a broken, hurting, fearful world.
OC Ministries has helped build or renovate nine schools, giving thousands of children an opportunity to attend school rather than working in muddy fields.
How self-compassionate are you? Research suggests we must be compassionate to ourselves in order to extend compassion to others.
If your church budget stays mostly the same from year to year, or if the decision you spend the most time on is pastor and staff raises, it's time to turn off the church budget cruise control. Dakotas Conference Treasurer Jeff Pospisil explains three factors that will be especially important to consider as you prepare the 2021 church budget.
A look at how Methodists in Minnesota navigated the pandemic from a century ago, and the similarities in how churches are being impacted today.
Rev. Ben Ingebretson offers six suggestions for supporting educators and students as we adjust to this most unusual school year.
Can we infect the world with a different kind of virus that multiplies—one of love and compassion?
How Environmental Justice Organizer Isaiah Friesen integrated passions for faith and climate with the Ecumenical Water Initiative.
Spirit River Community Church and Foundation, which have made an impact and partnered with other congregations, sold its building and is preparing for what's next.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church