Have a green Christmas
Bishop Sally Dyck urges us to think of this season as a time of renewal, for us and for creation.
Mississippi commits resources to attract young elders
Annual conference emphasizes campus ministry, “adopts” seminarians and offers regular statewide youth events.
BloomBytes: The challenge of living with HIV/AIDS
The late Terry Boyd found a sense of blessing even as he coped with AIDS.
New World Outlook issue focuses on the Global AIDS Fund
This issue of New World Outlook magazine focuses on how United Methodists are responding to the AIDS crisis.
Book explores hours leading to Crucifixion
The Rev. Adam Hamilton believes his findings will help deepen people’s faith.
Church leaders condemn massacre in Philippines
"Warlordism" and private armies must be stopped, religious leaders say.
Saving Lives in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
UMCOR is working with local churches to help break the silence and overcome the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.
Myths about U.S. health-care reform
The Board of Church and Society answers some of the most frequent objections to healthcare reform.
Internet church engages in ‘21st century circuit riding'
Resurrection Live! connects worldwide congregation.
Church bells, members to clamor for climate change
International effort to help promote justice, protect God’s creation.
Church launches Advent ad campaign
Commercial encourages people to think outside the gift box this Christmas, and “remember those who are shopping for hope, acceptance and love.”
United Methodist Women call climate change a moral issue
The upcoming Copenhagen summit is an opportunity to call attention to how climate change affects the most vulnerable, particularly women and children.
United Methodists take ‘going green’ to new levels
Church members put environmental concerns into practice with new buildings, advocacy and educational programs.
Begging for water: Holston raises money for wells in Sudan
The Holston conference is working to provide life-giving water to people in southern Sudan.
Extreme makeover, church edition, aids sick children
United Methodists make apartment “home away from home” for critically ill children and their families.
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