U.S. Methodists set course with nation 225 years ago
Christmas Conference missionary in spirit and outcome.
Letter to King: battle to end racism continues
Bishop’s letter sadly points to racism’s ugly face.
United Methodist initiatives boost clergy health
Spiritual leaders learn to live healthier.
Bishop says time is critical for peace in Middle East
Interfaith delegation told “the window of hope for a peaceful settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is closing.”
Frances Smith, retired journalist, dies at 87
UMNS writer remembered as a serious and conscientious reporter.
Blog: Change the World in the New Year
The Rev. Larry Hollon looks to 2010 with great hope, knowing we can be a part of a movement to end a disease of poverty.
Faith groups struggle with abortion, health care
United Methodists, like many religious Americans, find themselves in the middle of the debate.
Downturn prompts questions on clergy pensions
Annual conferences concerned about rising costs, while some clergy ponder delayed retirement.
Climate inaction a danger, United Methodists say
Church leaders express hope “God’s justice” will prevail.
Danish Methodists help bring faithful to summit
Organizing efforts are part of a larger strategy to promote “gronkirke” – a green church movement.
Jones, Christian mission leader, dies at 92
His 1963 book, “Our Mission Today: The Beginning of a New Age,” sold 300,000 copies.
Asian youth promote justice, peace
Priorities for the future include human rights, building partnerships and organizing an advocacy program.
New congregation makes an Impact in Atlanta
At Impact, don’t expect a bulletin, liturgy or congregational hymns. But don’t be surprised if someone hands you a plastic football.
Chaplain brings Christmas cheer to children
Minister says all youth appreciate love, compassion.
Liberian seminary reaches out during rebuilding process
Students study by candlelight, lack books and computers.
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