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Image of veterans receiving care packages. Courtesy of SAFE.

UMTV: Vets Helping Vets

Campus ministry near Army base supports soldiers and encourages veterans to reach out to other vets. "I have things to offer still." View

A Christmas tree in a window. Photo by Raysonho, courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

When going home for the holidays hurts

Celebrating Christmas with extended family can sometimes threaten to steal your joy. A United Methodist counselor offers advice. Read More

David Smith, age 69, starts his six-month hike from Springer Mountain as Holston Conference’s second United Methodist chaplain to hike the Appalachian Trail. Photo courtesy of the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Appalachian Trail chaplain starts six-month journey

Why is a 69-year-old hiking 2,100 miles with a 30-pound pack, watching for bears? “I can be a listener, and I can be a friend.” Read More

The Rev. Adam Weber, lead pastor, delivers the message during a Sunday service at Embrace Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. Embrace, a United Methodist Church founded in 2007, is one of the top 50 fastest-growing U.S. churches in 2013 according to Outreach magazine. Photo by Amie Hansen Photography for Embrace Church. Accompanies UMNS story #268. 10/17/13.; Photo by Amie Hansen Photography for Embrace Church

S.D. church makes ‘fastest-growing’ list

Embrace in Sioux Falls is the only United Methodist church to make magazine's 2013 list of U.S. top 50 in growth. Read More

Mental health: Crises challenge rural pastors

United Methodists who serve churches in rural settings have a great opportunity to transform their corner of the world. Read More

Mental Health: Church needed on or off campus

Students facing mental health crises fastest-growing group on college campuses as they struggle to cope and look for help. Read More

Human Relations Day: Join in seeking justice

Little Rock pastor reminds that Human Relations Days offers opportunity to work with others 'to heal the wounds of social inequality.' Read More

Human Relations Day gifts aid recovery

Easter tragedy leads to lifesaving outreach to addicts in Arkansas. "This is not just a job," says executive director. 'It's a ministry.' Read More

Arkansas program helps addict ‘let go’

'I lived in the dark, and now I live in the light,' says Monte Payne, who found hope at Theressa Hoover United Methodist Church in Little Rock. Read More

UMTV: Art by Grieving Children

Center helps kids share feelings. "I wish every community had some way to recognize that they're grieving and to do something about it." View

Circles of Care for Immigrants

Therapist-turned-pastor provides free mental health support for immigrants facing long separations from family and fears of deportation. View

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