Jean Arnwine loved family, friends, faith
Amazing person of faith, one of the best friends anyone could have.
Quake survivors rise up for Haiti
United Methodists emerge from valley of death vowing to bring new life to impoverished nation.
Smile, passion linger for those who knew Dixon
The Rev. Sam Dixon had a heart for people in need, friends recall.
Church offers homeless a home, and more
New York’s Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew has a mission to help the homeless because many of them have been there themselves.
Trapped Haiti workers search for way out
United Methodists pinned beneath rubble take greater risks as time starts to run out.
Agency staff reductions alarm black caucus
Agency head says current downward racial/ethnic staffing trends have the church "moving backward."
Missions of mercy become tests of faith
The untold story of courage and sacrifice amid the rubble of the Haiti earthquake.
Butterflies, Seder meal enrich Holy Week
Texas church expands offerings to help all ages experience the Easter message.
Mission agency head draws on global roots
Thomas Kemper hopes U.S. United Methodists gain a new appreciation of worldwide church.
Debate raises questions about church’s voice
Speaking on social issues is part of United Methodists’ heritage.
Female pastor leads by listening
Minister makes sure the softest voices are heard and taken seriously.
Gender-inclusive language challenges church
Feminine, masculine, gender-neutral images together reveal “the wholeness of God.”
Meharry grads match with top hospitals
Years of hard work pay off as medical students discover what the future holds.
Woman accepts call to ministry despite skeptics
The Rev. Barbara Brown advises all who aspire to ministry to listen to God.
Churches keep worship staff, despite economy
In a Board of Discipleship survey, only 14.5 percent of 646 churches reduced worship staffs.
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