United Methodists provide artificial limbs in Africa
A limb-fitting center in Sierra Leone provides artificial limbs for amputees left behind by the country's civil war.
Flood disaster includes 'serendipity moments'
In flooded-out Cedar Rapids, United Methodists talk about the times when God has offered small assurances to people in unexpected ways.
Flooded Cedar Rapids church offers witness in crisis
Mission-minded Salem United Methodist Church finds itself on the receiving end of ministry in flooded Iowa.
Hiwassee College looks beyond accreditation loss
Leaders of the Tennessee school say the United Methodist-related college will not close its doors and will seek to regain accreditation.
Commentary: Reflecting on Southern Baptist trends
Reports of membership loss by Southern Baptists hold lessons for all churches, says the Rev. Lovett H. Weems Jr.
Couple deliver food to people – and pets – in need
Along their 50-mile delivery route, Dick and Gail Buettgenvach ensure that pets are not forgotten.
UMCOR presence is 'sign of hope' in Midwest floods
As United Methodists in Iowa respond to disaster, the church’s relief agency pledges long-term support.
Church members asked for input on paperwork
Over the next three weeks, United Methodists are invited to share their thoughts on the official paperwork of the church.
United Methodists rally to help Iowa flood survivors
In waterlogged Cedar Rapids, congregations minister to families who have lost their homes, livelihoods and church buildings.
United Methodists unite to send help to Sudan
United Methodists from five annual conferences attended a summit to discuss sending urgent help to the suffering people of Sudan.
Agency awards $51,000 in Peace with Justice grants
The 11 grant recipients include a center that helps former Liberian child soldiers get a new foothold in life.
Clergy effectiveness study will impact training
The study will provide helpful information for those who work with candidates for ministry and do clergy assignments or supervision.
Small churches confront challenges, seek to revitalize
People working with small churches discuss revitalization and how to remain vital and viable in a challenging time.
United Methodists join in prayers for Zimbabwe
Christian groups are calling for the Zimbabwe government to end violence, postpone presidential runoff election.
Young adults explore social justice in nation's capital
Intern Juliana Abe is helping people on her home continent of Africa as well as getting to know The United Methodist Church better.
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