Listening for the melody of God
The Rev. Connie Shelton speaks on living a fuller Christian life through authenticity, song.
The Vow: A real love story of faith
A new movie shows how United Methodists Kim and Krickitt Carpenter faced immense odds yet kept the commitment they made before God.
Meharry tackles health care from all angles
From cancer research to community partnerships to reduce diabetes, historic Meharry keeps an eye on the future.
NCC begins to consider its future
United Methodists join other members in looking at financial support, Christian unity goals.
Church process no guarantee against suits
Pastor says he filed sexual misconduct lawsuit to protect himself and others. “The church sometimes, with its silence, ends up hurting people.”
Africa becomes theology professor’s passion
Through Africa University connections, Otterbein professor forges connection with Muslim women in Malawi.
Dental school cares for entire community
Since oral health is a path to overall health, Meharry School of Dentistry instills in its students a passion for serving the underserved.
Meharry looks to close health-care gap
A mix of medical expertise and political advocacy is key to stopping disparities in health care for the poor, says United Methodist medical college.
Meharry attacks HIV/AIDS in lab, streets
African-American women are 15 times more likely to become infected with HIV. One medical school is trying to find out why.
At Meharry, M.D. means ‘Make a Difference’
United Methodist-related medical college works to change inequity in health care that racial and ethnic minorities often face.
Sex harassment suit hits Dallas pastor
Cockrell Hill pastor accuses St. Luke pastor of incidents beginning in 2003 when plaintiff worked at St. Luke.
Alternate game plan for Super Bowl
United Methodist Women join others in bringing awareness of human trafficking to festivities in Indianapolis.
Ending hunger in 5 years ‘doable’
Include God and make the effort, urges president of international hunger-relief organization.
Black College Fund celebrates 40 years
United Methodist support helps recruit outstanding faculty and provide students with academic, cultural and spiritual guidance.
Food ministries flourish on different paths
May 28 is World Hunger Day. Two churches in Indianapolis find different ministries to feed the hungry and enable people to reach potential.
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