Garden gives new context to climate change
Florida church garden helps kids follow food from the start.
Liberian seminary reaches out during rebuilding process
Students study by candlelight, lack books and computers.
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Africa University leaders pledge to serve continent
Africa shall no longer be left behind in higher education,” new chancellor says.
United Methodists seek climate justice at summit
Religious leaders urge U.S. to make strong commitment toward reducing carbon emissions.
AIDS epidemic growing in Asia
Church urged to address uncomfortable subjects to create AIDS-free world.
Commentary: War touches our family once more
As his grandson is about to be deployed, a minister reflects, “We yearn for the Prince of Peace in this Advent and Christmas season to do his work in this world.”
Roll out the welcome mat this Christmas
During the holidays, remember that truly welcoming visitors requires more than a sign or mat with the word “welcome.”
Church retains mission focus despite hard times
United Methodists reached out to the world, celebrated historic ecumenical pacts amid layoffs, budget cuts in 2009.
Conspiring for a season of peace
Churches are rejecting consumerism and conspiring to restore the true meaning of the season.
GCFA seeks special General Conference session
Proposed meeting would address clergy pensions, church reorganization.
Documentary explores faith of disabled
People with disabilities need to be “co-ministers with us in the priesthood of all believers,” bishop says.
Small Nashville churches dream big to improve Africans’ lives
With the help of two Nashville churches,a local college student raises money to send Malawi student to school in US.
Churches tackle unemployment with job support groups
Local churches in Florida are responding to the needs in their communities by offering job counseling services.
Church divided on Afghan strategy, united in prayer
Bishop asks, “What would Jesus have us do?”
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