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.
United Methodists share in Sand Creek sorrow
In 1864, troops led by a Methodist minister slaughtered a village of peaceful Arapaho and Cheyenne.
Journey to 2012 Act of Repentance
GCUICC members make an emotional visit to the site of the Sand Creek massacre. "Words are not enough; we need real change."
Around the New Testament in 90 days
Readers will spend the rest of the year immersed in Scripture. People today “face the same issues the Israelites and early Christians engaged 2,000 years ago.”
VIM leader’s passion is serving
Bishop pens book for ‘Faithful Heart’
Eight-week study asks readers to ponder what brings ‘true joy.’
HIV camp gives dose of God’s love
Many of the adult campers say they are shunned by churches at home.
Program nurtures at-risk kids of inmates
Redemption Kids helps them avoid their parents’ mistakes.
Study shows young clergy increasing
But more than half of active elders are 55 or older.
Pastors serve churches in transition
Program helps churches deal with change. “Intentional interim ministers give congregations permission to grieve and revise who they are.”
Malaria fight must go on, bishop tells UN
‘Children have been given a chance’ because of the church’s efforts, he said.
UM Men launch prison ministries
U.S. inmates have a chance to use DISCIPLE Bible study. “When you're on the other side of the wall, you need all the encouragement you can get.”
25,000 pack Zimbabwe revivals
The gatherings are a time of miracles and spiritual renewal, a pastor says – and they show why the church in Africa is growing.
First UM Missionary from China in Oklahoma
Born an atheist, Rev. Wang is now a full elder and provides services to Chinese-speaking persons, including students, in the region.
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