Conspiring for a season of peace
Churches are rejecting consumerism and conspiring to restore the true meaning of the season.
Worship and Planning Helps for Sundays After Epiphany (Ordinary Time 1)
Downturn prompts questions on clergy pensions
Annual conferences concerned about rising costs, while some clergy ponder delayed retirement.
Blog: Change the World in the New Year
The Rev. Larry Hollon looks to 2010 with great hope, knowing we can be a part of a movement to end a disease of poverty.
Marines receive Strength for Service devotionals
A group of soldiers based in Fort Worth, Texas, are presented with copies during the 2008 United Methodist General Conference.
Volunteers stitch comfort clothes for wounded soldiers
A Florida church's sewing club provides an alternative to hospital gowns for soldiers recovering from their injuries.
Korea is fertile ground to reach young soldiers
While mainline U.S. churches struggle to reach the elusive age group, two chaplains in Korea have ample opportunities.
Military chaplains extend church’s global outreach
In a five-part series, UMNS shares the stories of United Methodist clergy serving as military chaplains in the Pacific Rim.
Large Korean Methodist Church built on prayer
With a membership of 120,000, Kumnan Methodist Church in Seoul is saving souls for Christ as the world's largest Methodist church.
Commentary: Remember blessings on Fourth of July
Giving thanks as America turns 233.
Pastor gives churches ideas for supporting troops
Families value day care, support groups.
Chaplains on the front lines of Army suicide prevention
Mental health stigma still an obstacle.
New York sailors carry historic book of devotions
“Strength for Service to God and Country” given to crew aboard USS New York.
90 in 90: Making a difference minute-by-minute
A church in Michigan challenged every member in their congregation to perform 90 minutes of service to their community in 90 days.
Churches help families left behind after raids
United Methodists scramble to assist families torn apart by an immigration raid in Chattanooga, Tenn.
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