Churches, schools get 31 ways to build relationship
Suggestions bridge the gap between church and colleges.
Bishop Ole Borgen dies at 83
The first non-American president of the Council of Bishops dies March 24.
New Day for Methodism in the Bronx
A new inter-ethnic, multicultural United Methodist congregation is off to a strong start in the Bronx, the northern-most borough of the City of New York, offering "solid ground for shaky times."
Ethnic church social justice programs funded
Church and Society awards $187,000 in grants to ethnic local church projects
Latin American, Caribbean and US Churches Explore New Ways of Being in Mission Together
More than 100 Methodist leaders from Latin America, Caribbean and the United States gathered in Mexico City, March 24-27, to strengthen relationships through sending and receiving volunteers and when responding to local disasters.
Survey reveals misunderstanding of deacon’s role
Deacons believe they are accepted and valued but misunderstood, according to a 2008 survey.
Black Methodists to share God’s ‘amazing grace’
Black church leaders called to deepen commitment to ministry with the poor.
Heidinger reflects on Good News leadership
Clergyman retires with “a sense of fulfillment, that I was where God wanted me to be.”
Tragedy in Sudan moves conference to expand goals
Holston Conference leaders appeal for broader rescue effort
United Methodists address Red River threat
The Rev. Rich Zeck has spent the last 10 days bagging sand for the emergency dikes.
Study team faces turmoil in Sudan
Gunfire keeps team sequestered in hotel, provides opportunity for ministry to hotel staff and to one another.
DRC Leaders Learn to Address Health Issues
Major strides are being made in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to break the silence about HIV/AIDS.
GracePoint United Methodist Church starts over
Kansas Church is rebuilding after leaders depart and form nondenominational church of the same name
Birdhouses for Mission
The Rev. Sam Duree is a man with a mission cause: supporting the United Methodist Theological Seminary in Russia.
United Methodists to look at Pacific Islanders
Global Ministries to examine needs of people in Hawaii, Fiji, Guam, Samoa, and Tonga.
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