Quiz: Food, health and faith
Find out what you know about the nourishment of our body and soul.
Teachers honored for exemplary work
Board of Higher Education and Ministry recognizes 50 among United Methodist-related schools for teaching, service and commitment.
UM Pastor observes Ramadan
During the holy month, Wes Magruder will fast in solidarity with Muslims. "I have no doubt that Muslims and Christians worship the same God."
United Methodist Olympian credits faith
With hard work and support from his church, Jeremy Scott overcame injuries to make the team. “Everybody’s prayers, my own prayers helped.”
Methodists join in Olympic dreams
‘It turns out many British Methodists are just as excited as I am about the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games,’ says United Methodist pastor.
UMTV: Surgeon On A Mission
Dr. Steve Herbst performs surgeries in Nicaragua to serve the poor. “If I don’t use my gift then I’m shorting what I could do for the kingdom.”
UMTV: Grace House Heals Families
Church turns home across the street into a place of hope for families in transition. “Everybody needs a little jump start once in a while.”
Churches respond to 700 miles of U.S. storms
United Methodists assess damages while they open doors to cool, feed people as stifling heat continues in Midwest, Mid-Atlantic.
Ironman pastor shows ‘Anything is Possible’
The Rev. Scott Sharp discovers lessons for his Christian ministry in preparing for triathlon. He hopes to compete in Hawaii.
Student exchange program opens world
Wesleyan and Methodist schools in six countries form a network to provide new learning experiences.
Marking John Wesley’s birthday in his words
Just in time for June 28, read what the founder of Methodism said about his good health. “This hath God wrought!”
Students face years of debt
If no agreement reached, loan rates will increase at a time when young people are graduating or leaving with thousands to repay.
UMTV: Family Fosters 100 Children
Ralph and Sue Hillman felt a call to help those in need. “This voice, and I knew it was God, said, ‘I want you to take care of babies.’”
Rural leader leaves 50-year legacy
The Rev. Harold McSwain was a dedicated advocate for small-town, rural United Methodist congregations.
African students urged to be entrepreneurs
Africa University’s 20th graduating class is told, ‘Let this not be the end of learning. Make this the beginning.’
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