Retired pastor saw ‘destiny’ in self-immolation
“I know that some will judge me insane,” said the Rev. Charles R. Moore, who set himself on fire in his Texas hometown.
Civil Rights Act: Still relevant
Retired United Methodist Bishop Talbert, a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S., reflects on the impact of the 1964 law on his life.
‘My Eternal King’ launched top Methodist composer
Jane Marshall's first anthem remains a choral favorite on the 60th anniversary of its sheet music publication.
Complaint received for Philly same-sex union
United Methodist Bishop Peggy Johnson has received a complaint against the 36 pastors who officiated at the Nov. 9 same-sex union at Arch Street United Methodist Church.
Ebola outbreak closes United Methodist health center
United Methodist maternal and children's health center near Bo, Sierra Leone, closed after two children hiding there die of Ebola.