Clergywoman solicits help in breast cancer fight
The Rev. Sheron C. Patterson is using her battle with the disease to increase awareness of breast cancer.
Church provides 'lids for kids' to cancer ward
“This is faith in action," says the Rev. Allen Weller, of a ministry providing hats to cancer patients at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.
United Methodist pastor running the race at age 90
The Rev. Champion Goldy is a man in a hurry, especially when competing in 100- and 200-meter races.
Healthy Child Campaign seeks coverage for all kids
Nine million U.S. children are without health insurance, though most have working parents, says a leader for United Methodist Women.
Sandi Gordon lives with – and despite – Parkinson’s
A United Methodist in Missouri shares her 20-year Parkinson’s journey of faith, courage and purpose.
Tampa church offers a ‘break’ for kids, caregivers
Through Nathaniel’s Hope Buddy Break, caregivers of children with special needs are getting a little time for themselves.
Agency makes student loans, scholarships available
About $2 million is available for student loans in 2007 through The United Methodist Church’s student loans office.
Church offers financial counseling for families
“We have a lot of people that have high salaries, but they spend more each year than what they make,” says the Rev. Rick Enns.
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Crisis leads Sri Lankan Methodists to shun Christmas celebrations
Almost all the churches in Batticaloa in eastern Sri Lanka shunned Christmas celebrations due to a refugee crisis in their war-stricken region.
Church encourages members to work up a sweat
Encouraged by a pastor who faced a health crisis, members of Anderson United Methodist Church are sweating their way to fitness.
Anti-malaria campaign will launch Jan. 4 at NBA store
Bishop Thomas Bickerton, Sports Illustrated columnist Rick Reilly (pictured) and NBA legend Sam Perkins will help launch Nothing But Nets in New York City.
Epiphany Celebrations for Home
'Last Minute Toy Store' blesses families
Sandra Schmitt waited for hours at Sixty-First Avenue United Methodist Church to be first in line for its annual “Last Minute Toy Store.”
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