Awards honor United Methodist storytellers
Group recognizes compelling work and announces its “Communicator of the Year.”
Favre, Stanford ask: ‘In crisis or in Christ?’
Authors know life can hurt-- both body and soul. Their book offers a “spiritual treatment plan” to transform worries into wonders.
Woman’s sermons on CD inspire truckers
Prayer partners, contributors, and delivery people help Wilma Foreman spread the Good News. “I knew my sermons needed to go on the road.”
UMCOR aids farmers hit by Haiti’s earthquake
Farmers receive an animal and then share the offspring, along with skills and resources, with others to build community and sustainability.
Can church tackle Sunday football?
What if the UMC stole a page from the NFL playbook and created a “Sunday ticket” for fans of worship? Admission is free!
Churches can help youth fight cyberbullies
Modeling good Christian behavior to youth helps them learn how to be more civil online.
UMCOR plans food project for Sudan
The relief campaign is scheduled to launch the same month as a referendum on southern Sudan’s independence.
United Methodists aim to lift HIV/AIDS stigma
The church wants to intensify its fight against a disease that has infected 33.4 million people worldwide.
What would be on Jesus’ resume?
Carpenter, healer, savior of the world ... would you hire him?
Church stands up to bullies
With three recent suicides linked to bullying, a Shreveport church invited experts and students to shed light on its risks and realities.
Finding God amid fire’s ashes
Heather Hahn has survived two devastating fires. Her lesson? God is with us in suffering. And often God's hands in the world are neighbors we meet.
Voice of faith crucial to young gays
The church has long been conflicted over homosexuality, but a recent rash of suicides shows the need for compassion remains.
New congregation growth reaches half-way mark
Board of Global Ministries program has started 210 churches, expanding the denomination’s reach in Asia and Africa.
Man in heels fights domestic violence
A pastor challenged his church to raise money to combat violence against women. In return, he promised to deliver the sermon in high heels.
Bishops break new ground at Africa University
The $60,000 staff duplex is the first structure built by The United Methodist Church’s African bishops.
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