Work with Muslims opens ‘new world’
“Where were voices of moderate Muslims after 9/11?” Sarah Brockus says her friends speak out for freedom. Are we ready to support them?
Do miracles still happen?
“Seas no longer part and manna refuses to rain, but miracles still happen. God speaks through wind and fire, and, on occasion, with flowers.”
U.S. poverty increase is a church concern
The number of people in poverty is the largest in 51 years.
Chinese church building Ugandan school
Aeri Lee and Silver Omakenyi share a dream to bring food, education, and a love of music to children orphaned by AIDS.
Mission: Add colleges to anti-malaria crusade
Imagine No Malaria College Connection aims to educate and recruit college students in the fight against a killer disease.
Interfaith gathering counters Quran-burning threat
Hundreds of people from various faiths came together on Sept.11 to stand against the growing hatred, bigotry and intolerance around the country.
Korean clergywomen transcend barriers
Spiritual leaders overcome cultural, gender obstacles to ministry.
UMTV: Chinese Church Helps Ugandan School
An AIDS orphan in Uganda and a visiting music teacher from California – bound by their love of music – are on a mission to educate other orphans.
Young adults answer calling at shelter
“This is a perfect place to come and be a servant,” says one worker at homeless women’s shelter.
Africa University looking for lasting support
Research shows many local churches don't know how they are contributing to African United Methodist school.
University a symbol of what Africa should be
Naomi Tutu says Africa University is training a generation of leaders who will “take the African union to the next level.”
Deaconess sees with God’s vision
"My eyes were never the problem. My attitude was," says Elaine Parrent. "I used (vision) as an excuse instead of letting myself see what I could do."
Utah church goes solar
Though the panels will save East Millcreek about $3000 a year, pastor says the project goes beyond money spent vs. money saved.
Young artist’s fish fund Gulf recovery
A 9-year-old, with help from mom, his church, and an army of artists, raised more than $19,000 to help restore water quality after the oil spill.
Churches plan vigils, decry Muslim-bashing
The Council of Bishops calls for 9/11 to be a day of prayer.
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