Faith groups work toward relief in Myanmar
As aid trickles in to cyclone survivors in Myanmar, United Methodists and other faith-based groups cooperate on relief efforts.
Awards go to United Methodist-related publications
United Methodist-related publications, writers and photographers garner 21 awards from the Associated Church Press.
Myanmar bishop monitors situation at home
Bishop Zothan Mawia, visiting the United States, has been trying to respond to the May 3 cyclone from afar.
Relief efforts for Myanmar continue
The United Methodist Committee on Relief is partnering with Church World Service on aid for the cyclone-stricken nation.
Commentary: Seeking balance at General Conference
"What we are doing … is a spiritual work," says the assembly's chief scheduler, urging the 2012 gathering to observe Sabbath.
Marines receive Strength for Service devotionals
A group of soldiers based in Fort Worth, Texas, are presented with copies during the 2008 United Methodist General Conference.
UMCOR starts response to Myanmar cyclone
As the death toll rises in Myanmar, the United Methodist Committee on Relief maps out its response.
Agency focuses on centennial, health initiatives
Health, wellness and central conference pensions will be among board's future emphases.
Bishop Ward: Wait, watch, receive God's spirit
Delegates urged to be witnesses to God's work in the world.
United Methodists celebrate higher education
Church-related schools and colleges educate for "common good" in time of complex and vexing issues.
Black Methodists celebrate unity at Africana dinner
Gala brings Africans and African Americans together for celebration.
Carcaño speaks out for modern-day outcasts
United Methodist Bishop Minerva Carcaño says only “a hope beyond ourselves” can empower the church to end poverty.
District superintendent’s body found in drowning
The Rev. Mickey Carpenter is remembered as a beloved family man, pastor and church leader in the Memphis Annual Conference.
Rural churches celebrate ‘planting seeds of hope’
General Conference encouraged to give hope to small, rural congregations.
Mission summit points to church expansion
Ten languages used to celebrate evangelism and church expansion on four continents.
Comments will not appear until approved by a moderator, which will occur at least twice daily.
Please keep your comments brief. Avoid personal attacks and do not use inflammatory or demeaning language.
See our Comment Policy for more information.
Still Have Questions?
If you have any questions Ask InfoServ
We're here to help you find assistance.
Would you like to ask any questions about this story?ASK US NOW