Zimbabwe volunteers care for HIV-positive
United Methodist Wesley Clinic tries to help patients and families through counseling, support and other relief help.
Arkansas tries new job seeker, employer plan
United Methodists hope church members will hire training-program graduates.
Needed help reaches those in Isaac’s path
At the Mississippi Conference’s request, Bill Carr brought supplies from the Memphis Conference to in the middle of the hurricane.
After Haiti impact, U.S. braces for Isaac
A United Methodist work team from Louisiana rode out the storm in Haiti but now prepares for pounding at home.
Communications key to future, Africans told
Africa University vice chancellor encourages United Methodist communicators to use all available channels to reach communities.
United Methodists respond to Isaac’s wrath
As rescue efforts continued in Louisiana, first responders went to work, people filled cleaning buckets and generous givers reached out.
Acts of Repentance guide stresses healing
United Methodists journey from learning to apologies to developing relationships with indigenous people.
Loan break for United Methodist students
BorrowSmart offers a 3.75 interest rate, different repayment option to try to help students graduate without huge amounts to repay.
New business manager for General Conference
The Rev. Alan Morrison takes new role as support services director. Sara Hotchkiss to plan denomination’s top lawmaking meeting.
United Methodists prepare to meet Isaac
As Tropical Storm Isaac continued toward Haiti on Friday afternoon, Aug. 24, United Methodists were gearing up to provide relief.
Bishop accused of urging disobedience
Letter asks bishops to ‘publicly censure’ retired Bishop Melvin Talbert for his advocacy for gay marriage. Talbert stands by his statements.
Congo Central Conference elects bishop
The Rev. Gabriel Unda Yemba of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, has been elected bishop by delegates.
College majors’ value not measured in cash
In response to Kiplinger’s “worst college majors,” Dillard University president says salary is not only criteria for choosing what to study.
‘Church history requires we discuss racism’
It is essential we remember what has happened, says the Rev. Gil Caldwell, so we don’t treat others as we have been treated.
Bishops Wandabula, Nhanala re-elected
Africa Central Conference episcopal elections first of gatherings to elect or re-elect bishops in Africa, Europe, Eurasia and Philippines.
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