You're invited to read a sermon delivered by Dr. Albert Outler at the formation of The United Methodist Church, a sermon that's startlingly relevant today.
It is time to bury the Doctrine of Discovery forever.
It's time to air out our ministry by taking church outside the walls of our buildings.
Bishop Ough shares what our founding DNA might tell us about Minnesota United Methodists today.
When I was younger, I thought of “called” and “ministry” as words that pertained only to ordained clergy, not the rest of us. But that didn’t last. God presented opportunities to challenge my perspective.
Our Lenten journey is one of moving out of the darkness of sin and the shadows of doubt into the new life in Christ—"birth from above."
Ephesians 4:11 gives us the makeup of a high-impact team that is worth assembling in ministry.
St. Paul's UMC in Mendota Heights used a one-time grant to form a partnership with a local elementary school; that partnership has continued to expand.
Sixty-five churches in our conference help support 17 missionaries in 10 countries through covenant relationships. Here's how you can support them.
God has invited us to be co-creators in life. Whether you consider these the best or the worst of times, let us live well because we are the times.
The pipeline resistance movement gives us the opportunity to respond to Anita Phillips’ invitation to see, hear, find Christ in, and claim our native neighbors.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church