Memories of Haiti bring hope for future
Julie Fleurinor left Haiti when she was 6, and while her life has improved in the past 20 years, she sees little improvement in her native country.
Breast cancer at 30: Faith lessons
Courtney Hubbard believes her battle with cancer has made her stronger. "I looked to God more and depended on Him."
Deacon plans Abolitionist Hymnal
Carl Thomas Gladstone updates slavery-era folk songs to raise awareness of modern-day human trafficking.
Small-church missions fuel African growth
Evangelists follow example of early Methodists in taking faith from village to village.
Bishop’s letter to King finds surge in racism
Bishop White writes that even as America becomes more ethnically diverse, “old ways die hard.”
Church celebrations, service honor King
United Methodists remember the civil rights leader’s birthday by taking “a day on, not a day off.”
Human Relations Day: Redemption Churches
Human Relations Day is January 16. Donations support a program to help prisoners and families restore relationships.
Camp offers shelter for displaced Haitians
United Methodist Committee on Relief provides school for about 900 youngsters at Camp Corail.
Haiti walks tightrope with recovery
The widespread devastation caused by the earthquake has created a disaster without parallel for the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
Haitians find hope, show faith through disaster
Many of those helped by United Methodists are passing on that assistance to their fellow Haitians.
Tucson services call all to be ‘agents of hope’
Obama and Bishop Carcaño spoke in Arizona. “While we have been stunned into numbness, I have seen hope through the children.”
Rubble illustrates Haiti need
For the anniversary of the quake, containers filled with nearly five tons of rubble will be on display to illustrate the scope of the destruction.
Love draws mission team back to Haiti
Each year, United Methodists from New York make the arduous journey to build relationships and bring healing to Furcy.
Volunteers build relationships in Haiti
A year after the quake, United Methodists are working with Haitians to restore churches and schools.
Church combats human trafficking
January 11 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Globally, 12.3 million people--17,000 in the U.S.--are forced into labor and prostitution.
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