Everyday ‘saints’ transform lives, faith
Facebook question elicits memories as people share stories of family and friends who made — or are making — a difference.
Remembering the saints who nurtured me
Honoring a great cloud of witnesses — ‘my family, my church community, my co-workers, my neighbors and people I may never meet.’
Over 50 and can’t find a job? Here's help
Georgia church’s job ministry helps baby boomers overcome negative perceptions of being an older job seeker.
Feeding ‘tummies and souls’ of job seekers
For participants in a jobs ministry at Georgia church, encouragement, networking and dinner are all served free.
Young job seekers find inspiration, help
Georgia church’s job ministry reassures graduates as they deal with the frustrations of today’s economy.
United Methodist initiatives find homes
Pension board program, other church efforts help local initiatives to find homes — and stability — for people in transition.
Grief centers help children cope with loss
Texas ministries supported by United Methodists find grief-stricken adults are not always best help to children with losses.
‘Extreme Makeover’ aids United Methodist
ABC-TV show, airing Oct. 21, features Pennsylvania family whose church has reached out in unexpected ways.
N.D. family looks forward to Thanksgiving
Called back from an anniversary trip to evacuate ahead of floodwaters, Minot parents return to face loss of home, cleanup.
N.D. flood doesn’t stop start of school
Minot children return to school in makeshift classrooms housed in churches and auditoriums due to extensive damage to school buildings.
‘The war’s happening all over again’
College student recalls how 9/11 attacks brought back horrific memories of the Rwandan massacres her family came to the U.S. to escape.
Memories and lessons of 9/11
Watching the second plane hit the tower as he and his family drove into New York City left a memory that shapes Reggie Morrow today.
My mother’s prayers and 9/11
New York pastor looks at 10-year anniversary of terrorist attacks as a time to “rededicate, rediscover and recreate ourselves and our churches.”
9/11 brought the world to my neighborhood
Adam Robbins watched the attacks from his high school a few blocks from the World Trade Center, forever changing his awareness of the world.
How one 9/11 death changed my life
When an Ohio father, husband and church member died on 9/11, his life became an inspiration and reminder to “Give me Jesus.”
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