Camp supports young clergy families
The time on Lake Louise helps pastors build relationships and create ministries together.
United Methodists share in Sand Creek sorrow
In 1864, troops led by a Methodist minister slaughtered a village of peaceful Arapaho and Cheyenne.
Around the New Testament in 90 days
Readers will spend the rest of the year immersed in Scripture. People today “face the same issues the Israelites and early Christians engaged 2,000 years ago.”
Bishop pens book for ‘Faithful Heart’
Eight-week study asks readers to ponder what brings ‘true joy.’
Program nurtures at-risk kids of inmates
Redemption Kids helps them avoid their parents’ mistakes.
Work with Muslims opens ‘new world’
“Where were voices of moderate Muslims after 9/11?” Sarah Brockus says her friends speak out for freedom. Are we ready to support them?
Is the connection fraying?
Larry Hollon asks if United Methodists know how our connection works, what it is doing in the world or what it teaches.
U.S. poverty increase is a church concern
The number of people in poverty is the largest in 51 years.
Korean clergywomen transcend barriers
Spiritual leaders overcome cultural, gender obstacles to ministry.
Africa University looking for lasting support
Research shows many local churches don't know how they are contributing to African United Methodist school.
‘The People Formerly Known as the Audience’
New media have given us the ability to participate in news coverage in ways that were unknown until now, Larry Hollon says.
Churches plan vigils, decry Muslim-bashing
The Council of Bishops calls for 9/11 to be a day of prayer.
Commentary: A reflection on 9/11
We, the living, are called to be ‘wounded healers.’
19 Ways I used the iPad while traveling in Africa
With apps, Larry Hollon can read the Bible, get news, call home and perform other tasks.
Millions of nets to cover Sierra Leone
For youngsters like Isata Sesay, help in preventing malaria is desperately needed.
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