World Communion Sunday is Oct. 7
Find out how this Special Sunday offering continues to influence the lives of those all over the world who have received the scholarships it funds.
Church puts spotlight on Congo conflict
United Methodists join with others to get global focus on continuing atrocities and need to pressure neighboring Rwanda.
Pet ministries and our spiritual growth
U.S. churches offer pet blessings near the Oct. 4 feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. Take a quiz to test your knowledge of animals and the church.
Dos and Don’ts in an election season
U.S. churches may not endorse a candidate, but may discuss issues. See guidelines for religious organizations during political campaigns.
Wandabula calls funds issue ‘mud-slinging’
Wandabula responds to moves by two United Methodist agencies to withhold funds in East Africa Conference after audits.
UM Women unveil ad against hate speech
In response to anti-Muslim ads in New York subways, coalition provides counter voice for peace against harmful and divisive campaign.
Oklahoman a ‘leader’ from young age
Her favorite scripture is, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young.” Read how 23-year-old is using her gifts to help children.
Placemats make point on food rights
Church World Service offers discussion tips, recipes, worship aids and action ideas for churches to mark World Food Day on October 16.
Father, daughter finish seminary together
New location for school of theology enables students to stay close to jobs and family while pursuing call to the ministry.
Final report: Church path ‘unsustainable’
The Interim Operations Team, in its final report, calls for bigger changes than what came out of the 2012 General Conference.
3 young women = UMCOR's ‘triumvirate’
When there’s a disaster, disease or famine, these three women know they’ll be on the ground to help.
Finance agency asks for E. Africa funds cutoff
Agency’s board of directors also approves filing of formal complaint with College of Bishops against Bishop Wandabula.
United Methodists working to connect Haiti
Communications agency, church volunteers, nonprofit combine to establish technology centers to help Haitians support themselves.
New school brings new hope to Liberia
Thanks to partners, 105 children begin classes at the New Hope United Methodist Women’s School. “You are the future of Liberia and the world.”
Helping young adults reach American dream
A new policy allowing young people to stay in the United States has led to a flood of applications. See how United Methodists are helping.
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