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  • Turning

    The difficult rendering of a cashew should inspire us to self-examination and repentance in this holy season of preparation. Read More
  • West Ohio clergy swap pulpits

    Circles of Grace training invites people to ‘Come to the Table’ to find common ground. Read More
  • 60 young clergy share ideas, concerns

    Young clergy invited to identify issues important to themselves, and those critical to the denomination. Read More
  • Extremism targets females

    Religion being used as political, cultural and social force against women and girls, says U.N. Women executive. Read More

Turning

An invitation during Lent

The difficult rendering of a cashew should inspire us to self-examination and repentance in this holy season of preparation. read more»

by The Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe, General Secretary, General Board of Church & Society on February 23, 2015

West Ohio clergy swap pulpits

Human Relations Day venue to address racial tensions

Circles of Grace training invites people to ‘Come to the Table’ to find common ground. read more»

by Nick Federinko on February 23, 2015

60 young clergy share ideas, concerns

Come from across U.S. to United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill

Young clergy invited to identify issues important to themselves, and those critical to the denomination. read more»

by the Rev. Dr. Clayton Childers on February 23, 2015

Extremism targets females

Violent politics of exclusion, intolerance and misogyny promoted

Religion being used as political, cultural and social force against women and girls, says U.N. Women executive. read more»

by Lopa Banerjee on February 23, 2015

Death penalty abolition in Montana

House Judiciary Committee passes bill for first time

Retired United Methodist clergyman, General Board of Church & Society cited for contributions to grassroots efforts against capital punishment. read more»

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action on February 23, 2015

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