The AdvocateThe Latest News from Our Churches
Bishop calls for patience over questions about UMC, future
Methodists rally to end death penalty after executions announced
United Methodists are among loud voices crying both to end the death penalty in South Carolina and to get the execution of death row inmate Richard Moore commuted. By Jessica Brodie.
Our TakeRead Our Latest Views
Now is the time
In the midst of this prolonged, pandemic-induced pause, we have had to stop almost everything. And now the challenge is to avoid being a “SnapBack” church—one that simply goes back to what we “used to do.” There is an opportunity before us to recalibrate our ministry and carry forward those things we have learned during these challenging two years. A column by Bishop L. Jonathan Holston.
The Advocate PressResources & Books
Who Am I? A Devotional for a Jesus-Centered School Year
A student devotional that follows the school year from August through May. Designed for students from sixth to 12th grade.
From My Heart to Your Eyes: Poems of Faith and Social Justice
A collection of poems on faith and justice from one man’s experiences as a minority in America, how it feels to be marginalized by fellow believers, and how his relationship with Jesus keeps him strong.