Teen’s testimony shines under ‘Jeopardy!’ spotlight
Becky Kralle of New Jersey identifies Jesus as her hero and gives a tithe of her game-show earnings.
Caucus says empower black churches, communities
The annual meeting of Black Methodists for Church Renewal encourages modeling Wesleyan practices at the grassroots level.
Filipino church leaders criticize alleged corruption
United Methodist leaders call for new leadership in the Philippines in the wake of new allegations of government corruption.
Pew study raises questions for Methodist leaders
A new survey shows that United Methodism is losing more members than it's gaining, while also becoming older, whiter and wealthier.
Religious organizations ask Bush to stop U.S. torture
United Methodists join faith leaders in urging U.S. President Bush to sign legislation against using brutal interrogation tactics.
Chaplain helps troops readjust to home life
Soldiers returning home from Iraq “are dealing literally with a form of trauma,” says Lt. Col. John Morris.
United Methodist youth raise $830,000 for the hungry
Teaming up with young people across the U.S., 25,000 United Methodist youth participate in the Souper Bowl of Caring.
Holston, East Africa conferences sign Sudan covenant
Holston Annual Conference becomes the first United Methodist body to be in mission in south Sudan.
European Methodists establish Methodist E-Academy
The new Methodist E-Academy aims to provide theological education via the Internet, particularly for prospective pastors in Europe.
Commentary: Sharing 'my civil rights story'
After 85 years and three distinct careers, W. Astor Kirk shares his experiences––particularly to help today's young black professionals.
United Methodists discuss the hard conversations
A JustPeace workshop explores how to talk about divisive issues in constructive ways that bring people together.
College student: ‘I’ll never forget’ tornado aftermath
Buried for three hours under tons of rubble left by an F-4 tornado, Jordan Thompson finds new brothers and a deeper belief in God.
Continued Kenya violence disrupts food supply
After helping thousands of displaced Kenyans, UMCOR appeals to United Methodists for additional donations to buy food.
United Methodist team fulfills commitment in Kenya
A Volunteers-in-Mission team from the southeastern United States arrived in Nakuru just as violence broke out there.
Artist creates icons of the civil rights movement
United Methodist Pamela Chatterton-Purdy celebrates heroes of the U.S. civil rights movement in her latest exhibit.
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