Favre, Stanford ask: ‘In crisis or in Christ?’
Authors know life can hurt-- both body and soul. Their book offers a “spiritual treatment plan” to transform worries into wonders.
'Yappy Hour' at church draws people and pets
Services to bless animals help “harmonize our lives with the lives of all creation.” And welcome pet lovers to worship.
Church stands up to bullies
With three recent suicides linked to bullying, a Shreveport church invited experts and students to shed light on its risks and realities.
Finding God amid fire’s ashes
Heather Hahn has survived two devastating fires. Her lesson? God is with us in suffering. And often God's hands in the world are neighbors we meet.
Fact Books offer snapshot of UM schools
Ever wondered which colleges and universities are UM? These resources provide info about UM-related schools.
Church thinks pink for cancer
The bulletin listed women and families affected by breast cancer. The congregation wore pink, and pink roses were given to survivors.
Stepanek continues son’s legacy of peace
Since Mattie’s death in 2004, his mother has shared his message. “No matter what the next person chooses, we’re in charge of peace.”
HIV camp gives dose of God’s love
Many of the adult campers say they are shunned by churches at home.
Korean clergywomen transcend barriers
Spiritual leaders overcome cultural, gender obstacles to ministry.
Road trip with a side of service
Program puts young people on the open road and provides opportunities to help others as well.
Communities revive monastic practices
Groups gather in the figurative desert of urban areas where the marginalized live rather than the literal desert of the early monasteries.
Mission trips enrich man’s retirement
Like many retirees, Morgan Green found church gave him a sense of purpose he needed.
The economy, faith and frustration
Staying positive and keeping faith can be difficult for those seeking work in a tough job market.
If aging is a journey, where’s the U-turn?
There’s no way to escape the reality of physical limitations as we age. But brochures for care facilities only show happy, active seniors.
Lazarus Project helps military families
At Austin Peay, 1 in 6 students are connected to the military. The Wesley Foundation provides support for those dealing with deployment.
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