UMTV: Clinic for Homeless Teens
One group of doctors, nurses and caseworkers doesn’t just walk by the homeless youth in their city. They bring care to them, in a big blue van.
2011: The year in pictures
This week we look back at the past year. From disaster aid to helping the jobless, United Methodists across the world reacted and reached out.
Top UMC Videos of 2011
From TV stars to missionaries, United Methodists showed the role faith plays in their journey. And how they share that faith with others.
Advent Week Three: Season of Joy
Joy is not a given for everyone. But believing and understanding the meaning of Advent can bring joy in the midst of despair or loss.
Speaking of hope with Rudy Rasmus
Pastor of a congregation that includes over 3,000 homeless speaks of “the possibility that tomorrow just might be better than the day before.”
United Methodists score high in survey
Church can ‘turn a good reputation into a gospel opportunity,’ LifeWay Research official says.
United Methodists share faith, fun at Christmas
With socks, random acts of kindness and more, annual conference and agency staff reach out to God’s children.
Don’t let holiday blues steal the season
Taking time for reflection, relaxation could be best gift of all during busy holiday season.
Peace depends on ‘courageous remnant’
The Rev. Bob Edgar tells those at peace conference to ‘be out on the edge a bit’ and help church ‘step up for change.’
Call to ‘remind people to honor each other’
Pastors in ministry during Occupy protests see their role as recognizing the humanity of everyone and remembering we are all God’s people.
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things
“Sorry for the Inconvenience: We’re Trying to Save the World” said the “soccer mom’s” sign as she joined 10,000 others in Occupy march.
Advent Week Two: Peace among us
Worshipping with friends in Cuba taught a young pastor, “God sends the Prince of Peace not to be distinct from us but to be one of us.”
Who is Santa Claus?
St. Nicholas, known for his generosity, dedicated his life to obeying Jesus’ words to “sell what you own and give the money to the poor.”
Capitol Hill Chrismon tree
"Christi Monogramma," means "monogram of Christ." Chrismons represent Jesus’ life and many now decorate a tree near the U.S. Capitol.
UMTV: Honey Dudes Do Good
Single moms and widows in one town can give their “honey do” list to the Honey Dudes and get a free helping hand with household repairs.
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