United Methodist connection to movie runs deep
Co-producer chose to shoot several scenes for movie at her childhood United Methodist church in Tulsa, Okla. read more »
"Public Health, State Alcohol Pricing Policies, & the Dismantling of the 21st Amendment: A Legal Analysis," is by by Elyse Grossman and James Mosher. It appeared in the Michigan State University Journal of Medicine & Law... read more »
PowerPoint presentation by James Mosher, a leading scholar in the field of alcohol policy and the law. He is recognized internationally for his groundbreaking work on policy approaches to the prevention of alcohol problems. His pioneering work in alcohol policy has brought him international acclaim. His expertise spans numerous topics,... read more »
Addictions prevention advocacy training gathers attendees from across the U.S.
Training spurred by need to equip pastors and congregations to help those bound by chains of addiction. read more »
The General Board of Church & Society (GBCS) has developed bulletin inserts featuring individual United Methodist Social Principles. The resource, designed to be included in church worship bulletins, can be downloaded for free from the agency’s website. The bulletin inserts are in two colors that will reproduce excellently... read more »
Oklahoma summer school marks 30th year
About 500 clergy and lay people have graduated from Oklahoma Conference program founded because of a man’s passion for helping churches minister to alcoholics. read more »
We are in a period, unfortunately, of great apathy about alcohol. Pamela Erickson Pamela Erickson, United Methodist from the Desert Southwest and President/CEO of Public Action Management, PLC, was the featured speaker for the August 21 national call on addictions. Pamela raised concern over the growing apathy towards alcohol consumption... read more »
The church’s public witness
23rd observance of National Recovery Month in September offers perfect opportunity to educate congregations about a serious problem confronting every community. read more »
The Campaign for Alcohol-Free Sports TV seeks to reduce the amount of alcoholic-beverage advertising to underage children and young adults, who tune into televised sports for fun. Visit website.