Mission initiative launches with focus on Haiti
Each day, visitors to the website 10-Fold.org will get to see United Methodist mission programs around the world.
Church makes pledge to Global Fund
United Methodists will give up to $28 million to fight AIDS, TB and malaria, through the first faith-based partnership with the Global Fund.
Civil rights leader Bishop Thomas dies
James S. Thomas broke racial barriers. Of his work, he said, "I didn't come to be a black bishop. I have come to be the best bishop I can be."
United Methodist ecumenical leader dies
Along with Christian unity, the Rev. Robert Huston championed the gifts of young adults and women.
Weaver to Deliver Episcopal Address at 2012 General Conference
25,000 pack Zimbabwe revivals
The gatherings are a time of miracles and spiritual renewal, a pastor says – and they show why the church in Africa is growing.
10-Fold shows mission in action via technology
The 10-day event offers podcasts, streaming videos and online chats to connect directly with missionaries and ministry projects.
Graffiti removal lightens neighbors' burdens
Several churches help clean up gang tags for those who cannot cover the damage on their own.
New York bishop and others run for mission
Bishop Park hopes the 5K inspires youth to support missions and get on a track to good health.
Court sides with agency on use of funds
Superior Court finds ‘clear and convincing evidence’ donations were not restricted solely for temperance and alcohol work.
Wesley Foundations offer student housing
More Christian college students want to live in community with their peers, and campus ministers are providing ways to do so.
Higher Ed top exec announces retirement
The Rev. Jerome Del Pino is leaving his position as general secretary of the Board of Higher Education and Ministry.
UMTV: Chinese Church Helps Ugandan School
An AIDS orphan in Uganda and a visiting music teacher from California – bound by their love of music – are on a mission to educate other orphans.
Congregations meet in nontraditional places
Some meet in malls, movie theaters or bars. One even uses a former funeral home. “Every location has changed us a little bit as a church.”
Two schools lose United Methodist status
Two seminaries dropped from approval list for training United Methodist elders and deacons.
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