Artist creates icons of the civil rights movement
United Methodist Pamela Chatterton-Purdy celebrates heroes of the U.S. civil rights movement in her latest exhibit.
Indiana church reaches out to pet lovers
The Pet Caretakers’ Ministry gives grieving pet owners a place to turn for prayer and support.
United Methodist wins Alabama election
The Rev. James C. Fields Jr. has become the first African American from his district elected to the state House of Representatives.
'Twick' Morrison, racial justice advocate, dies
A champion of racial justice and reconciliation across The United Methodist Church, Morrison was 76.
For United Methodist, sailing is spiritual journey
Nelson Price of Syracuse, N.Y., shares how his pastime provides nourishment for the soul.
Joint effort brings medicines to the Congo
The first shipment of up to $14 million in badly needed medicines has arrived in Kinshasa, thanks to a diverse coalition of organizations.
Refugees return to Johannesburg church after raid
South African Bishop Paul Verryn says his church mission is serving even more people than before the raid.
Mother, son speak out against Iraq war
Celeste Zappala and her son Dante are members of a distinguished order they never would have chosen. They lost a loved one in Iraq.
Young faces bring hope to peace conference leaders
The presence of seminary students heartens seasoned advocates at a conference urging peacemaking for the future.
Second woman seeks sanctuary in Chicago church
Adalberto United Methodist Church has opened its doors once again to a woman seeking protection from deportation to Mexico.
United Methodists explore divestment proposals
Divestment petitions aimed at bringing about change in the Middle East are reviewed at a General Conference informational session.
Teens seek new youth director in YouTube ad
Wanted: One church youth director who loves Jesus, likes hanging at the beach and enjoys working with tech-savvy teens.
Heavy rains displace thousands in southern Africa
Torrential rains in Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe continue to force thousands from their homes in southern Africa.
Churches Uniting in Christ seeks reconciliation
Members of the ecumenical group seek to bring two of its historically black partner denominations back to the table.
Wesley hymns inspire United Methodist evangelists
Using the Wesley hymn "Spirit of Faith Come Down" as its theme, the 2008 Congress on Evangelism draws 700 participants.
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