NCC nominates Kinnamon as chief executive
The Rev. Michael Kinnamon, a Christian Church pastor and ecumenical leader, is nominated to lead the National Council of Churches.
Pastor uses Internet as her pulpit, gathering place
A virtual United Methodist church in Houston is ministering to people and growing its membership via the Internet.
WCC committee advocates for vulnerable people
A World Council of Churches panel advocates in behalf of at-risk people in Darfur, Iraq and elsewhere.
Jonathan’s ministry embraces children with disabilities
An Arkansas church ministers to children with disabilities and their families so that church is a time of worship, renewal and support.
Commentary: A father’s reflections on ‘Kid Nation’
CBS' new kid-based reality TV show presents both troubling ethical concerns and genuine opportunities for family discussion.
NCC reorganization cuts 14 staff positions
Leaders of the National Council of Churches say lower-than-expected income leads to a new pared-down staff structure.
Prayer conference calls United Methodists to prayer
As General Conference approaches, a churchwide prayer event sends the message that "God needs the church to work with him."
World Methodists to meet in Durban, South Africa
The World Methodist Council's executive committee chooses South Africa’s second-largest city as the site for its 2011 conference.
Conference campaigns support Africa University
U.S. conferences are enacting campaigns to endow chairs and build buildings at Africa University.
Student diversity increases at Africa University
Africa University’s 425 new freshmen boost international enrollment.
There is life in Zimbabwe, native tells committee
Even as Zimbabwe falters under a staggering inflation rate of 7,500 percent, "there is life," says a Zimbabwean native.
Youth give 1 million pennies to Africa University
Youth in Birmingham, Mich., hope a penny saved is a life saved through their donation of one million pennies to Africa University.
Commission offers lifeline to women in the church
For individual women in the church, COSROW can be a lifeline and a voice.
Survey considers gains for women in the church
The “glass ceiling” for United Methodist clergywomen seems to be senior pastor positions at churches with 1,000+ members.
Church and Society calls for justice in Jena
The United Methodist Board of Church and Society says that justice can lead to healing in Jena, Louisiana.
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