At ease, soldier!
For military families and veterans, the Lazarus Project creates space for relief and healing.
Court acts on delegate, clergy issues
The Judicial Council considers a question on how much power the General Conference secretary should have to set the number of delegates.
UMTV: Lazarus Project Supports Soldiers
Wesley Foundation at Austin Peay University provides counseling and care for families and friends of those at war.
Casting a vote with a side of pie
Chicken dinners, chili suppers, bake sales and bazaars dot small towns on Election Day as essential fundraisers for congregations.
Windsor Village gets cross-racial appointment
While some white churches have for years tried to diversify, few predominantly black churches have had white clergy appointed.
Bishops urged to embrace change
In his address to the council, Bishop Larry Goodpaster asked leaders to abandon structures that are not working or face further church decline.
Court upholds pastor’s right to accept members
Even if the decision is based on sexuality, clergy have the power to determine membership, the Judicial Council rules.
Pastors bike through Congo to bring hope
Two pastors – one from Africa, one from the U.S. – journeyed into remotest Congo to minister to those still suffering from civil war.
Ivorians hope, pray for peaceful vote
On bended knees, United Methodists in Côte d’Ivoire work to influence electoral process.
Mission site reaches hundreds of thousands
More than 400,000 people from 92 countries helped raise more than $70,000 in 10 days through 10-Fold.org.
Pastor’s trip provides shoes for students
A Filipino pastor brought paper feet and prayers to the U.S. to show the plight of seminary students who lack shoes.
Colorful banners honor church saints
On All Saints Day, one congregation is literally surrounded by reminders of the lives of their departed loved ones.
Halloween alternatives gain fans
Church-sponsored events address theological and safety concerns around Halloween.
Reformation Day celebrates common faith
On Oct. 31, we remember the day Luther nailed his list of demands for reform on the Castle Church door, beginning the Reformation.
Dillard University overcomes Katrina
School president credits disaster planning and The United Methodist Church for Dillard’s recovery.
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