United Methodist bishops respond to article in The New York Times

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to The New York Times article alleging that improper voting occurred at recent Special Session of General Conference, the Council of Bishops has issued the following statement: “The Council of Bishops has always worked to help the delegates to do their best work, as the legislative body of the church. […]

Saint Paul School of Theology’s Probation Lifted by the Higher Learning Commission

Saint Paul School of Theology is pleased to report that the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has changed the seminary’s status from “Accredited – Probation” to “Accredited”. Per the HLC Public Disclosure Statement: “The Higher Learning Commission has removed the sanction of Probation for Saint Paul School of Theology in Leawood, Kansas. HLC took this action […]

Credentialing review to go to Commission on General Conference

The Executive Committee of the Commission on the General Conference is looking into a question that ineligible persons may have received credentials to vote during the Special Session of the General Conference. The Secretary of the General Conference, the Rev. Gary W. Graves, recently became aware of the concerns after receiving an inquiry about the […]

A Moment with Methodist Family Health
Strength for the journey

contributed by Amy Shores, Director of Pastoral Care at Methodist Family Health While we technically refer to our campus on Fillmore Street as the “Methodist Children’s Home,” we have many different programs that happen there. One such program, Arkansas CARES, is one I was unaware existed as part of the Methodist Family Health continuum until […]