Here's a glimpse at the Transitional Table's first meeting, and a survey through which you can give feedback to guide their work.
Through her nonprofit, Tracy Keibler offers a free training program that helps church members learn to serve as companion caregivers for people with dementia.
After hearing about autistic kids being unwelcome at church activities, Rachel Casper decided to create a specialized VBS for kids on the spectrum.
The NCJ Committee on the Episcopacy recommends having nine active bishops in 2023, with the Dakotas and Minnesota sharing one.
Christianity is not dying; it is changing for the good. It is shedding meaningless practices and labels while people of genuine faith are becoming more committed in their convictions.
The moral obligation to be intelligent and the ability to recognize, appreciate, and account for complexity have something to do with being mature in Christ.
Christianity is not dying; it is changing for the good. Nominal and cultural faith is shedding meaningless practices and labels while people of genuine faith ...
We are a resurrection people who believe that new life springs forth from death. Here's how the missions of two churches that closed are continuing in new ways.
What if we intentionally foster community? Would hope increase and would there be more light all around us? Would that begin to change our world?
The world is terrible and beautiful. We must take time for the beauty because not only does it increase the capacity of our hearts but it is an act of profound ...
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church