Man hikes Kilimanjaro for church camps
Indiana native Mike Marker climbed the highest peak in Africa for lofty goal: to send 100 kids to United Methodist summer camps this year.
Farmers in Armenia benefit from donations
Food growing project helps families help themselves. Gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing on Sunday support church's relief agency.
President invites bishop to immigration meeting
Bishop Minerva Carcaño among faith leaders invited to White House; immigration ‘a moral issue we all share,’ she says.
Uganda infants benefit from your donations
Babies begin life “with dignity” thanks to layette kits from UMCOR. Gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing support the church’s agency for relief.
Computers feed minds and bodies in Haiti
United Methodist Communications partnership putting solar-powered technology in hands in remote areas of world.
Women making history: Meeli Tankler
“My childhood and youth memories,” recalls seminary president, “are predominantly about hiding our faith and using different ‘covers’ to gather … with other Christians.”
Women’s History Month: We need each other
“Our goal … will not happen until and unless women can strive together,” says United Methodist women’s leader.
Tips for keeping your church website fresh
From interviewing local celebs to polling readers, these ideas will help keep your online visitors coming back for more.
Busy first semester for freshman, president
New vision for school, the lead in a musical and a pie in the face highlight 2012 for University of Indianapolis freshman and new president.
Devotionals for Newtown first responders
United Methodist Men to present Strength for Service to God and Community, a new manual designed specifically for first responders.
Unclutter your church
Pastor and author Dottie Escobedo-Frank gives advice on clearing out the clutter from our buildings — and our spiritual habits.
Japan: Two years of relief
Through partnerships and donations to UMCOR, millions of sunflowers are being grown to help with recovery from Japan’s disasters of March 2011.
Young people make big impact in Las Vegas
Impact Las Vegas takes church outside the four walls and into the community.
Could you ‘go hungry’ for Lent?
After he felt God “lay a Lenten call” on his heart, Matt Brodie chose to live only on food relief packets to better understand chronic hunger.
Dying well according to John Wesley
Wesley’s died on March 2. Chris Johnson says the theologian felt the contemplation of death was a chance to examine “our standing with God.”
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