Ike survivors welcome donated Christmas decorations
A United Methodist church in Texas organizes giveaways of Christmas decorations for families who lost everything in the storm.
West African youth explore leadership, peace building
Liberian Bishop John Innis encourages young people to follow God’s call, love the church and pray for their leaders.
Storms, nets, worldwide assembly dominate 2008 for United Methodists
Despite devastating storms, a disappointing economy and declining membership, United Methodists find reasons for celebration in 2008.
Interpreter debuts digital magazine in January
The United Methodist ministry magazine's upcoming issue will be offered in a digital format, in addition to the printed publication.
Faithful son leaves $2 million to small rural church
John Ferguson lived in a trailer and drove an old pickup truck. Now the frugal farmer's money is going to a United Methodist church in Pa.
Penny Project uses pocket change to enact change
United Methodist youth in Michigan realize a penny really can make a difference in the lives of Africans infected with HIV/AIDS.
Large Korean Methodist Church built on prayer
With a membership of 120,000, Kumnan Methodist Church in Seoul is saving souls for Christ as the world's largest Methodist church.
Korean women pray for 'nest' to live out final days
Sunlit Sisters’ Center offers elderly women shunned by society a place of hope, comfort.
Dec. 1 presents opportunity to support Global AIDS Fund
Church members can observe World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, by making a donation to the Global AIDS Fund through the Advance.
ZOE helps AIDS orphans support families
In Rwanda, the ZOE program is helping orphan-led families generate income by raising cash crops of rice and coffee.
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.
Comments will not appear until approved by a moderator, which will occur at least twice daily.
Please keep your comments brief. Avoid personal attacks and do not use inflammatory or demeaning language.
See our Comment Policy for more information.
Still Have Questions?
If you have any questions Ask InfoServ
We're here to help you find assistance.
Spotlight on Church Resources
Would you like to ask any questions about this story?ASK US NOW