Native Americans share struggles at gathering
Participants confront issues and find hope during High Plains Initiative event.
Chaplains crucial to hospice care
A caregiving crisis is looming in the United States, as more people deal with end-of-life needs, a prominent chaplain says.
Church makes pledge to Global Fund
United Methodists will give up to $28 million to fight AIDS, TB and malaria, through the first faith-based partnership with the Global Fund.
Church thinks pink for cancer
The bulletin listed women and families affected by breast cancer. The congregation wore pink, and pink roses were given to survivors.
Stepanek continues son’s legacy of peace
Since Mattie’s death in 2004, his mother has shared his message. “No matter what the next person chooses, we’re in charge of peace.”
Wesley Foundations offer student housing
More Christian college students want to live in community with their peers, and campus ministers are providing ways to do so.
World Communion Sunday offers students support
A recipient of a scholarship funded by the WCS offering, Charles Martin-Stanley embodies a life of service to his church and community.
Church, Global Fund join in malaria fight
Fund has committed $19.3 billion to programs addressing AIDS, TB and malaria and is at work in 144 countries.
Two schools lose United Methodist status
Two seminaries dropped from approval list for training United Methodist elders and deacons.
United Methodist agency pulls rally endorsement
Board concerned about recent “overtly political and partisan statements” surrounding Oct. 2 event.
Mission today vs. mission yesterday
Dana Robert shares her opinions about how a changing world is changing the work of missionaries and institutions.
Independence leader heralded in Sierra Leone
Pastor, physician, government leader — the Rev. John Karefa-Smart “dared to be different.”
Reclaiming history through repentance
The United Methodist Church is donating $50,000 to the Sand Creek Massacre learning center.
And the lame shall walk in Uganda
A mission team from Kentucky provided life-saving care in a region recovering from war.
Camp supports young clergy families
The time on Lake Louise helps pastors build relationships and create ministries together.
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