Photographer sees beauty despite disease
She cheers cancer patients even as her eyesight falters. “Because I am going blind I give more freely of the talents God gave me.”
Rapper wins $40K for UM children’s home
Lil Jon’s success on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ will benefit Atlanta’s United Methodist Children’s Home.
Feeding others…pastor keeps going and going
Doctors told C. Ray Davis he would die. Instead he serves “meals that heal.” His small church provides a total of 19 community services.
Church offers hope after domestic abuse
From providing shelter to raising awareness, ministries help survivors rebuild their lives.“ Domestic violence can happen to anyone.”
Hospice chaplain keeps people, pets together
As people end their life’s journey, she says pets “are the ultimate source of unconditional love and faithfulness.”
Retiree’s sculptures inspire congregation
He hopes his art has meaning for others and wants them to be able to touch it. “I’d like to come back in 10 years and see them worn out.”
‘PhatPastor ’ gains hope after losing big
Too many potlucks had taken a heavy toll. After losing 200 pounds, Richter feels free. “I’ve been captive. I know what it feels like.”
Marriage counseling aids happily ever after
On Valentine’s Day, we idealize love. But experts say relationships are living things and evolve. “Therapy at different points is crucial.”
When grief strikes the workplace
When grief is so deep it has no bottom, co-workers find comfort and support in one another, Larry Hollon writes.
Women’s Spirituality Club
Members focus on one self-improvement goal each year. From different faiths, they take on topics like prayer and the Sabbath.
Breast cancer at 30: Faith lessons
Courtney Hubbard believes her battle with cancer has made her stronger. "I looked to God more and depended on Him."
UM college president honored in Ebony
Walter M. Kimbrough, a lifelong United Methodist, was among 100 people recognized for efforts that positively benefit African Americans.
Christmas memories sustain grieving families
Recollections of faith, family and fun support bishop as he celebrates first Christmas after mother’s death.
Help! My family stresses me out at Christmas
Sometimes expectations of Kodak moments and hopes for a holly, jolly holiday fall short. But even then, God is present.
Texas church honors soldiers with wreaths
Beverly Norman’s son was killed in Iraq. She appreciates the church that puts wreaths on his grave and others.
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