Why United Methodist-related schools matter
Profound United Methodist-related schools mine their heritage and make it live, argues Adrian College chaplain, Chris Momany.
Cupid in The United Methodist Church
Couples share how United Methodist ministries brought them together and the difference the church has made in their marriage.
How do you protect your church property?
When choosing insurance against property loss such as fire, churches should not be penny-wise but pound-foolish.
‘Moments of deep grace’ after church fire
"People from all denominations have rallied to our cause" with prayer and encouragement after church fires. Part 3 of a Special Report.
Arsonists torch four neighboring churches
United Methodists in Western North Carolina seek answers to recent blazes in Part 2 of Special Report on church fires.
Church fires challenge United Methodists
Part 1: Whether caused by lightning strike or arsonist’s torch, blazes force congregations to face the unknown, accept help from others.
Remembering Harlem church, community leader
Feb. 23 memorial service for retired N.Y. pastor who helped abolish “Central Jurisdiction,” mentored future bishops, church leaders.
Teen sells M﹠Ms for Imagine No Malaria
Steven Errico’s business model is one of mission: “Giving helps us understand that what we have isn’t ours. It belongs to God.”
Church responds to Mozambique flood
Heavy rains washed away homes, crops and livestock, affecting 140,000. Several church entities are rushing aid.
Men’s leader affirms Scout decision delay
After more review, Boy Scouts of America says it will consider in May the issue of whether to end its ban on gay members and leaders.
Men’s leader elaborates on scouting changes
United Methodist Men faced criticism after supporting a proposal to allow local groups to choose whether to have gay leaders and members.
Church takes fresh look at Christian unity
New Office of Christian Unity and Interreligious Relationships begins with meeting to “strengthen and enhance” efforts toward unity.
2 agencies agree with change in Boy Scout ban
Possibility of ending ban on gay scouts and leaders more consistent with church law, say United Methodist Men and Church and Society.
Carcaño guest at Obama immigration speech
United Methodist Bishop Minerva Carcaño joined other faith leaders in affirming the President’s call for immigration reform.
Church immigration network changing
In what promises to be a watershed year in immigration reform, the United Methodist immigrant justice network refocuses on a national scale.
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