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Ken Steppe and a scout are prepared to serve communion. Photo courtesy of Ken Steppe.

‘What would I do?’: Fatherly advice for tough questions

As the U.S. prepares to mark Father's Day, older people of faith share some insights with the young, and offer lessons for all ages. Read More

Young girls received wonderful advice from wise women. Collage by United Methodist Communications. Photos courtesy of Morgan Stafford, Vera Moore, Dee Dee Cobb Photography, The Rev. Marietjie Odendaal, and United Methodist Elder Care of Rhode Island.

‘Is God mad at me?’: Motherly advice for tough questions

Older people of faith reply to queries of the young with insights that offer lessons for all ages. Read More

Society of St. Andrew Volunteer Marvin Mallari has just gleaned turnips.

UMTV: Teens Gather Food

Some volunteers with the Society of St. Andrew spend their spring break working for others. Alternative spring breaks can ensure that food left over after harvest goes to hungry families. View

Children participate in a youth rally at Gurdon United Methodist Church.

New Day for a Dying Church

See how a one day youth rally revived an aging congregation. View

Thurman Haynes, a 97-year-old member of Spring Hill United Methodist Church in High Point, North Carolina, is named the national winner of the Salute to Senior Service® contest, Spring 2014. Photo courtesy of the Western North Carolina Conference.

United Methodist named national volunteer winner

Ninety-seven-year-old Thurman Haynes puts in 80 hours a month helping kids. "You can't buy what Thurman brings to Haynes-Inman [Educational Center]." Read More

T-shirt for the American Interfaith Camp hosted by United Methodist Camp Elk Shoal

UMTV: Teaching Teens Tolerance

A group of teens may have found a new way to foster understanding and respect between people of different religious backgrounds. View

Kids Recycle Bikes

Meet some volunteers who are using broken bicycles to rebuild a broken community. Read More

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