Hope lives at the border
Back from border trip, Bishop Julius Trimble urges support of immigration reform: “Nothing can separate God’s children from his love.”
Newtown responders get ‘Strength for Service’
First responders receive blessings and healing after witnessing “a vision that no one should” at scene of Dec. 14 tragedy.
The Big Garden grows food and communities
Learn how some United Methodists in Omaha helped create a network that is addressing hunger and more in their region.
Couple leads fast-growing Hispanic church
First-time pastors introduce United Methodism to Hispanic community by incorporating familiar traditions while teaching Wesleyan theology.
Will you pray for me?
An intercessor can help carry the burden of someone who is grieving or in need. Read about the power of intercessory prayer.
Answering the cry of our mothers
10,000 pregnant women die from malaria yearly. On Mother’s Day, events will bring awareness to the church’s role in promoting maternal health.
Bishop sees family, God at border
“I met my grandfather again.” Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey reflects on the immigrants in her life and those on the Mexican-US border.
Effort to make Social Principles more global
2012 General Conference adopts petition to revise to make them “more succinct, theologically founded and globally relevant.”
Slideshow: Bishops visit U.S./Mexico border
United Methodist bishops from around the world immersed themselves in the reality of life at the U.S. border to learn more about ministry there.
Mental Health: Church needed on or off campus
Students facing mental health crises fastest-growing group on college campuses as they struggle to cope and look for help.
Earthquake relief continues in China
The Amity Foundation, a partner of UMCOR, is expanding its relief efforts to earthquake survivors in China’s Sichuan Province.
Campus ministry keeps students safe
At The Barn, the fun environment brings students in, but the safe environment and support system bring them back.
Theologian charged for same-sex wedding
The Rev. Thomas Ogletree, a retired seminary dean known for his work on Christian ethics, presided over the wedding of his son.
United Methodists monitor immigration bill
Church leaders have signed a statement outlining how the U.S. Senate bill fits — and does not fit — with United Methodist teachings.
Steps for vital older adult ministry
United Methodists observe Older Adult Recognition Day in May, but churches can reach out to older members all year long.
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