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Rebuilding community amidst racial tension

How do we act out of love amidst tension and injustice? Listen to Bishop Warner H. Brown, Jr., as he discusses the need to rebuild community and create healing. Read More

President of United Methodist Council of Bishops calls for prayer and healing

Council of Bishops President Bishop Warner H. Brown, Jr. appealed to the people of The United Methodist Church to join together in prayer in wake of natural disasters, violence. Read More

Clergy and other church leaders lay hands on Bill Ohler during a disaster response meeting at Christ's Community United Methodist Church in Joplin, Mo. Ohler is a trustee at St. James United Methodist Church, that was destroyed by the tornado. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Disaster recovery is much more than cleanup

Survivors may experience an inability to cope, a crisis of faith or a loss of hope. United Methodist Committee on Relief explains that spiritual healing is as necessary as physical rebuilding. Read More

The Rev. Kelly Clem stands to offer the benediction and blessing at Goshen United Methodist Church in Piedmont, Ala., at the close of the service commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Palm Sunday 1994 tornado that killed 20 members of Goshen Methodist Church, where Clem was then pastor.  At right is the Rev. Joe DeWitte, current pastor of Goshen Methodist Church. Photo by Kay Campbell,

20 years after tornado, Kelly Clem speaks at church commemoration

Former pastor lost her 4-year-old daughter in tragic storm, but returned to be part of a service in church's new building. “A hundred little gifts reminded us that God is here.” Read More

Spiritual Gifts: Healing

The gift of healing is not about transferring spiritual power to eliminate suffering and disease, but the ability to channel God’s grace and healing love to those who suffer physical, emotional, or spiritual pain. Read More

UMTV: Clothes Comfort Veterans

Some volunteers are trying to make the lives of wounded warriors a little easier, by "sewing" they care. View

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