United Methodists salute McGovern’s legacy
Wesleyan roots ran deep for preacher’s son who considered service to others as the key to a good life.
Concerns rise for Syrian Christians
United Methodists, ecumenical groups worry about effects of turmoil in Middle Eastern countries on indigenous Christians.
Camp provides hope for Liberian refugees
Point Hope teaches life skills to its inhabitants. Learn how Imagine No Malaria works with this group to provide managerial training for the staff.
Rust College builds a better community
Ten years ago, one of United Methodism’s most historic schools began a revitalization project that continues to bless Holly Springs, MS today.
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Helping young adults reach American dream
A new policy allowing young people to stay in the United States has led to a flood of applications. See how United Methodists are helping.
Churches respond to Chicago school strike
As Chicago public schoolteacher strike enters second day, churches open doors for tutoring, recreation and fun.
Needed help reaches those in Isaac’s path
At the Mississippi Conference’s request, Bill Carr brought supplies from the Memphis Conference to in the middle of the hurricane.
Joplin one year later: Moving forward
Tornado victims remembered as Missouri city rebuilds with assistance from United Methodist donations, volunteers.
Investment issue before GC2012
General Conference petition backs divesting from three companies related to Israel’s occupation of Palestinian land.
Radiation fear lingers after Japan quake
As Japanese Christians work at cleanup and monitoring, concerns mount beyond ‘exclusion zone’ surrounding nuclear plant.
Japan’s Christians active in quake relief
One year later, assistance to those affected by Japan’s March 11, 2011, “triple disaster” continues, with new opportunities for volunteer teams.
Slideshow: Side by side with Haiti
Two years after Haiti's earthquake, this slideshow revisits the aftermath and recovery efforts. Play and click on “CC” for captions.
Methodists cooperate in Haiti’s recovery
Two years after the devastating earthquake, church partners measure progress toward recovery in many ways.
2nd pastor injured by police at Occupy Seattle
Seattle-area United Methodist pastor says he was beaten, arrested while trying to keep the peace during protest at port.
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