United Methodist schools focus on service
Many United Methodist-related schools are "developing a new culture of service among young people," says Autumn Dennis.
Bishop urges peace in Korea
As the situation on the Korean Peninsula raises concern throughout the world, Bishop Hee-Soo Jung calls for an end to threats of war.
Church TV show and Jackie Robinson
The TV program produced by the Methodist Church offers a glimpse of Jackie Robinson in the role of civic leader.
‘Christmob’ surprises with hope
To reach people in unexpected ways, one church’s flash mob visits shelters and public areas with clothes, food and “random acts of blessing.”
Chabadza! Zimbabwe-Norway project pays off
Tradition of lending a helping hand results in new medical facility for mothers and babies and other projects on the boards.
Disaster recovery: Harvest reaps blessings
The tornado gave church new opportunity to reinvent itself, learn from past, embrace a brighter future, says Alabama pastor.
Disaster recovery: Indiana town bounces back
One year after tornado levels Henryville, pastor says, “When we bind together as the body of Christ, we are a force to be reckoned with.”
Disaster recovery: Minot celebrates beginnings
"The flood changed my entire ministry here," says the Rev. Debra Ball-Kilbourne, pastor of Faith United Methodist Church.
When disaster hits: Lessons from others
As tornadoes and floods challenge churches, one clergywoman says, “People do not recover without support, nudging and compassion.”
Zimbabwe preschool struggles but succeeds
‘Ministering church’ serves through preschool begun in 2009 with three teachers and operating from makeshift facilities in church hall.
Seminary can benefit anyone called to serve
From music ministers to chaplains, a theological degree helps students “strengthen their capacity to respond to God's call in their lives.”
White House honors youth solar ministry
United Methodist church and Rotary Club partner on program that brings light to places without electricity.
Native American youth to benefit from camp
Brandon Ahmicasaube Smith, who is creating Spirit Journey with his church, was inspired by camp meetings and pastor grandfathers.
United Methodists plan Sand Creek project
As massacre’s 150th anniversary approaches, denomination wants to set record straight on Methodist involvement and work on healing.
Why I went to seminary
After meeting a terrified boy in a prison, Kelvin Mulembe decided to pursue a career in human rights and attend Wesley Theological Seminary.
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