UMTV: Honey Dudes Do Good
Single moms and widows in one town can give their “honey do” list to the Honey Dudes and get a free helping hand with household repairs.
‘Would I be able to worship at your church?’
Simple request from a homeless man moves a youth group to start Open Table program that has grown to more than 80 tables.
FAQ: What is an Advent wreath?
What are the two types of wreaths used during the observation of Advent? When should each of the candles be lit? What is the Christ candle?
Program makes room at table for poor
As volunteers mentor those trying to break the cycle of poverty, they find themselves transformed.
‘AIDS-free generation’ in sight
On World AIDS Day 2011, United Methodists embrace the call to end the global AIDS pandemic.
Stigma kills as effectively as AIDS
As we recognize World AIDS Day, people testify that “worse than having HIV and AIDS is the way people treat you.”
The Rev. Shane Stanford: Living with HIV
He kept a secret until he was ordained, then some churches turned their backs. “I wasn’t so much upset with God as much as with God’s people.”
Inside Jerry Sandusky’s church
Reporter meets members seeking peace from the alleged abuse, from the media and from questions like “Is there something I could have done?”
Advent app joins online devotional resources
A new mobile app, an online retreat and devotions delivered via email offer digital ways to prepare spiritually to remember Christ’s birth.
Ivorian officials welcome church leaders
After a year of difficulty, delegation meets with government and faith leaders to discuss rebuilding and reconciliation of the country.
UMTV: Youth Share Thanksgiving Meals
“I was taught at this church that everybody is family.” Young people prepare turkey dinners with a side of caring for elderly neighbors.
Lasting solutions for global hunger
While the world produces enough food to feed the 7 billion people who live here, 925 million suffer from chronic hunger. How can that change?
12 ways you can fight hunger
From food pantries to walking to buying livestock, there are ways to make a difference every day in the fight to end hunger.
Sierra Leone appoints 2 women to D.S. posts
‘We will not fail you,’ promises lay leader as appointments end 15 years without a woman in district superintendent post.
Hope over hype
Chris Mesa has been giving away Bibles “to those at risk of getting caught up in consumerism” to remind them of the meaning of Christmas.
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