Liberian tackles malaria prevention with passion
Allen Zomonway has come through war and other challenges to pursue ministry at Ganta Hospital.
South African bishop faces death threats
Methodist Bishop Paul Verryn of South Africa helps refugees, despite threats and criticism.
United Methodist mayor fights Dakota floods
Mayor Mary Lee Nielson has asked residents in the Valley City, N.D., area to voluntarily evacuate.
Church walks in Jesus’ footsteps in neighborhood
Church members take the Stations of the Cross into the street to share with neighbors.
Students take civil rights tour for spring break
Tour gives students glimpse into past while testing ideas of moral courage.
Bridge events explore gap between church, academia
United Methodist-related colleges and churches explore ways to strengthen their ties.
Churches, schools get 31 ways to build relationship
Suggestions bridge the gap between church and colleges.
Churches need courage to welcome warriors
Pastors and church members must remember that soldiers returning from war have a new worldview, chaplain says.
Words, photos show struggle in Darfur
Book offers a glimpse of journalists' experiences while on assignment for humanitarian groups.
Ethnic church social justice programs funded
Church and Society awards $187,000 in grants to ethnic local church projects
Survey reveals misunderstanding of deacon’s role
Deacons believe they are accepted and valued but misunderstood, according to a 2008 survey.
Black Methodists to share God’s ‘amazing grace’
Black church leaders called to deepen commitment to ministry with the poor.
Heidinger reflects on Good News leadership
Clergyman retires with “a sense of fulfillment, that I was where God wanted me to be.”
Zimbabwe’s suffering is man-made, lawyer says
“Zimbabwe did not suddenly become poor and destroyed,” says Tinoziva Bere.
Minnesotans near Red River watch and pray
Minnesotans in Red River area watch cautiously for breaches in sandbag levees.
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