19 Ways I used the iPad while traveling in Africa
With apps, Larry Hollon can read the Bible, get news, call home and perform other tasks.
Millions of nets to cover Sierra Leone
For youngsters like Isata Sesay, help in preventing malaria is desperately needed.
End religious bigotry, faith leaders say
Plans to build an Islamic center near Ground Zero has fueled anti-Muslim attacks. Some United Methodists leaders are “distressed and saddened.”
Mission trips enrich man’s retirement
Like many retirees, Morgan Green found church gave him a sense of purpose he needed.
African women find God at prayer tree
Thousands make pilgrimage to sacred site on hillside.
At 75, Upper Room enriches spiritual walk
Launched during Great Depression, devotional booklet today gives hope to millions in more than 100 countries.
Floods threaten ‘core of Pakistan’
United Methodist worker says the crisis extends beyond homes and crops to schools and heath care centers.
New York bishop supports Islamic center
Jeremiah Park says denying religious freedom “makes us less as Americans.”
Letter alleges racism in Obama attacks
More than 90 Christian leaders ask United Methodists to speak out against racially motivated “assaults.”
Mississippi churches thank Katrina workers
Church member testifies those who responded "were the rod and staff of God."
Zoning battles endanger religious freedom
Denying property rights to faith groups can represent an “invidious attack” on religious liberty.
African churches desire equal voice
Study committee will explore ways to promote the faith in different cultures.
Luke’s House offers healing and prayers
Katrina-inspired ministry is “a blessing to the whole community.”
Giving thanks in Katrina’s wake
Five years after the hurricane's devastation, Bishop Ward says prayers, presence and partnership are critical to recovery.
Opening doors to people with disabilities
Study concludes church needs to be more welcoming, recognizing gifts of all members.
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