Bishop champions fight against malaria
Bickerton joins NBA star, actress and others spotlighted for their efforts to prevent malaria deaths.
Malaria Lab Fights Killer
Andrea Henkel is a scientist with personal reasons to Imagine No Malaria. She got malaria in Togo and children close to her died from the disease.
Imagining Jesus’ last day
Adam Hamilton invites us to see ourselves in each scene of this “compelling, disturbing, redemptive and hopeful story ever told.”
What is Maundy Thursday?
Learn what event in Jesus’ final days Maundy Thursday commemorates and what the name means.
Ambassador praises hospital in Sierra Leone
U.S. Ambassador Michael Owen sees partnership potential with church’s Mercy Hospital and Child Rescue Center.
Lambuth students ‘torn apart’ by school closing
Years of financial struggles and a loss of accreditation end a 168-year-old United Methodist institution – leaving its students to ponder the future.
A year after Gulf oil spill, healing begins
A $75,000 UMCOR grant has helped churches minister to those affected and help with recovery. “God requires us to carry one another’s burdens.”
Easter traditions create fond memories
Some joys of the holiday include sunrise services, special music and shiny new clothes.
After storms’ pounding, churches respond
Since tornadoes in the southern U.S., United Methodists are helping people clear debris, find shelter and start to feel whole again.
Post office honors Dorothy Height
Admirers say the building is a fitting tribute for the United Methodist known as ‘the godmother of the civil rights movement.’
Passion plays unite believers across time
Reenactments of Jesus’ death and resurrection educate and inspire."It makes the Easter season. It makes my faith come alive."
Photographer sees beauty despite disease
She cheers cancer patients even as her eyesight falters. “Because I am going blind I give more freely of the talents God gave me.”
UMCOR grant helps Japan institute reopen
Funds will help the Asian Rural Institute with repairs to its heavily damaged facilities so training in sustainable agricultural can continue.
Ohio churches propel Vietnam mission
From motorcycle rides to ‘Rally in the Valley,’ West Ohio supports growing Vietnamese church.
Study shows how black churches use music
Sacred songs are a critical part of worship at many African-American congregations, and often they are taught without hymnals.
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