Tailgaters promote 'First and Ten' for Jesus
"First and Ten" ministry provides tailgate worship services on football Sundays to connect fans with church.
Va. woman creates ministry from prison experience
Sarah Taylor credits homemade cookies for showing her Jesus' love as an inmate. Now she's doing the same for others.
Church members among those fleeing wildfires
Elderly United Methodists are alerted by a church employee to flee their Southern California mobile home park.
Tents of Hope send message of love to Sudan
A United Methodist youth group from Houston paint a “tent of hope” for peace in Darfur, Sudan.
Bishops adopt guidelines for granting deacons sacramental authority
The United Methodist Council of Bishops has approved guidelines for allowing deacons to administer Holy Communion.
Documentary focuses on reaching the homeless
The key reason for homelessness is loss of family, says a pastor who provides a ministry that brings dignity to the person living on the street.
Phone cards still helping soldiers remain connected
The people of The United Methodist Church have donated more than 13 million minutes of conversations with loved ones to U.S. servicemen and servicewomen.
Commentary: Veterans Day is a time to support
The wounds of war go beyond lost limbs and broken bones, says a retired military chaplain calling on the church's help.
Commentary: Beyond a black and white election
Barack Obama's election is more about leadership, vision and inspiration than race, says pastor, author Adam Hamilton.
Commentary: Can Barack Obama change the importance of race for us?
Throughout his campaign, Barack Obama never rejected his ethnicity, but also never let it define him, says commentary writer Jeneane Jones.
Flood buckets, kits needed at UMCOR supply depot
A rash of 2008 floods and hurricanes in the U.S. have drained the inventory of supplies at UMCOR's Sager Brown Depot in Louisiana.
Methodist bishops celebrate election, pray for Obama
With tears, hymns and prayers, a jubilant United Methodist Council of Bishops celebrates the election of Barack Obama as U.S. president.
Online survey seeks responses from clergy spouses
The voices of clergy spouses are often not heard by the church, but one church agency is trying to remedy that.
Election Day prompts online 'Conversation on Race'
Barack Obama's presence in the U.S. presidential race spurs a series of commentaries exploring race and racism.
Chaplains provide ‘listening ears,’ ‘tender hearts’
Military chaplains care for the hearts and souls of soldiers while other military commanders oversee their physical and mental preparation.
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