From the Fort Worth Star Telegram:
Delegates at the United Methodist Church's General Conference voted Wednesday to adhere to the church's position that marriage should not include same-sex unions and that homosexual acts are not compatible with Christian teaching.
Those guidelines are included in church's Social Principles, which do not have the force of church law but are to instruct the denomination's 11 million members. The nearly 1,000 delegates at the international conference at the Fort Worth Convention Center are struggling with social issues at the conference that ends Friday.
While affirming the existing guidelines about sexuality, delegates also approved a resolution Wednesday opposing homophobia.
Approved, 517-416, keeping the statement that the practice of homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching.
Rejected, 574-298, a measure that would have changed the church's definition of marriage to include same-sex unions.
Approved, 544-365, a resolution opposing homophobia and discrimination against lesbians or gays.
Read it here.