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God is able! Dancers help celebrate The United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria campaign at the 2016 General Conference. #UMCGC Photo by Paul Jeffrey, United Methodist Communications.

‘More than we could ask or imagine’ – God-sized dreams of service

Song in celebration of Imagine No Malaria, “Able,” encourages us to dream and work toward missions beyond what we can do on our own. Read More

Hannah Foust has raised enough money to build 3 wells in West Africa, and has inspired others to build 13 more. #UMCGC Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications.

Get Your Spirit in Shape: Called to Serve

Hannah Foust has raised enough money to build 3 wells in West Africa, and has inspired others to build 13 more. And Hannah is just 14 years old. More

Shirley Bachelder's image, at age 95, appeared on billboards around Nashville, Tenn. in April 2016. Photo by Stacey Hagewood, United Methodist Communications.

Want a better life? Try a bucket list

'God was there. I felt so close to him.' People of faith talk about the ways they are making sure to live life to the fullest. Read More

Kingston’s Kreatures are designed by 7-year-old Kingston Haynes, with sewing done by his grandmother, Rendy King. Kingston got his idea for providing comfort pillows to needy kids while attending vacation Bible school at Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church. Photo by Molly Harrison.

Boy’s pillows comfort children, thrill adults

Idea for `Kingston’s Kreatures’ was inspired by vacation Bible school. Read More

Members of Broadway Christian Parish United Methodist walk with a wooden cross on Good Friday.

Easter Cross Walk

Many congregations invite people to participate in devotionals, but one church asks the faithful to take their prayers to the public. View

Patty and Eddie Gill founded the United Methodist Motorcycle Association, based in Oklahoma. Video image by Reed Galin, United Methodist Communications.

United Methodist Motorcycle 'Gang'

Bikers are modern circuit riders, reaching out on the road. "A lot of people are dying just to be asked to come back to church." View

Thane Richard, left, is publisher and chief operating officer of Outernet. Outernet uses capacity on a global satellite network to beam data from the open Internet to users with a receiver, similar to the way radio works. Photo courtesy of Thane Richard.

Thane Richard: Librarian for the World2

A new global satellite network will beam information like a radio signal, allowing those without Internet service access to books, health information, and more. Read More

A man eats a chili dog at Carraway United Methodist also known as the

UMTV: Hot Dog Church

Church cooks use food for fundraisers and to welcome newcomers. 'If we can show them the love we have, maybe they’ll go to church.’ View

Evangelical United Methodist Church in Racine Wisconsin tried a fair trade chocolate event in 2008.

UMTV: Fair Trade Halloween

Learn ways people of faith can make Halloween sweeter by buying and sharing candy that goes to a good cause. View

The Rev. Sony Augustin is collecting musical instruments for schools in his native Haiti. Photo by Jeff Wolfe, courtesy of the New Jersey Conference of The United Methodist Church.

Pastor bringing music to Haiti

Rev. Sony Augustin loves music but not always what he hears in his native Haiti. He is collecting musical instruments for schools to help foster music “that uplifts people.” Read More

Youth from Silver Spring (MD)UMC pack food during Mission Mania Sunday. Image courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

UMTV: Kid Power Fuels Mission Mania

"And a little child shall lead them." Visit a vital congregation where young people pick the ways they will change the world. View

Mission teams glad to be back in Juárez

Drop in violence lets church groups resume home-building for the poor in Mexican border city. Read More

While being held in a POW camp in the U.S. during World War II, German prisoners made this Nativity. Video image courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

POW Nativity Scene

While being held in a POW camp in the U.S. during World War II, German prisoners constructed a very special holiday creation. View

United Methodist Cat Gleason shows one of her specialty pies. Teen has raised over $20,000 for missions. Photo courtesy of Cat Gleason. Story from the Greater New Jersey Conference.

‘Pie Girl’ uses pastries to fund missions

Cat Gleason spends her summer breaks in an unusual way: she’s raised over $20,000 by baking pies. ‘All along is was not about me…it was about others.’ Read More

Kirby the Ministry Dog accompanies The Rev Arlene Tulley on pastoral visits.

Ministry Dog Puts Churchgoers at Ease

The Rev. Arlene Tully says people are always happy to see her with Kirby the Ministry Dog. View

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