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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

Image of Julian of Norwich courtesy of Evelyn Simak, Wikimedia Commons

How’s that Lenten thing working out for you?

Get ideas to keep body and soul strong during these 40 days from Julian of Norwich who lived in quarters adjoining a church, “between two worlds.” Read More

Bishops called to reclaim church’s mission

Council of Bishops president urges church to be 'a community of faith active in love, alive as the body of Christ.' Read More

Former Nebraska Bishop Monk Bryan, 97, dies

Bishop Bryan served the Nebraska Area as bishop for eight years, remembered for his humor and spirituality. Read More

Bishops hear call to lead church’s future

But church leaders face a challenge in gauging what sort of guidance United Methodists need, bishop admits. Read More

Women’s Spirituality Club

Members focus on one self-improvement goal each year. From different faiths, they take on topics like prayer and the Sabbath. View

Haiti earthquake recovery: one year later

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti that occurred Jan. 12, 2010, The United Methodist Church is reminding people that much work remains to be done in Haiti and there are ways they can help. Read More

RethinkChurch.org to launch Dec.15

On December 15, The United Methodist Church will officially launch a newly redesigned website for young adult spiritual seekers, RethinkChurch.org, which invites visitors to question, discuss, get involved and make a difference. Read More

The Rev. Bo Joong Kim finds a quiet space to write in the Prayer Room at the 2008 United Methodist General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.

Prayer room serves as ‘space of quieting and slowing’

Open gates draw visitors into heart of A Space for Prayer. Read More

United Methodist Bishop Rueben P. Job uses John Wesley’s three general rules to give Christians a blueprint for faithful living in his new book, Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living. The rules, do no harm; do good; and stay in love with God, provide “a message that can be clearly understood by persons of every age, every educational and economic level, every condition and circumstance of life,” Job says. A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose.; A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose

Book offers blueprint for Wesleyan way of living

Rueben P. Job gives Christians a blueprint for a faithful life in a new book, Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living. Read More