South African school serves refugee children
Mission treats all people with dignity.
U.S. conferences disapprove structure proposal
Other regions of the world are yet to vote, so the fate of the proposed changes won’t be known until 2010.
Government in Fiji arrests Methodists
The United Methodist missions agency is “disturbed by the implications of the arrests,” says the Rev. Edward Paup.
Relief office in Philippines offers help, hope
Church workers develop disaster response plans.
Church pursues radio to reach across Côte d’Ivoire
United Methodists will provide vital information over the air with the launch of a station in Cote d’Ivoire.
North Texans help dedicate Africa University clinic
Conference also funds health scholarships
Summer camp transforms at-risk children
Program builds trust, self-confidence
Church fights poverty with jam project, financing
“We refuse to be called poor because our heavenly Father is rich,” Adèle Yed says.
Committee assesses life of church
Leaders envision vital, growing denomination
Faith helps Ivoirian general endure suffering, challenges
Forgiveness is essential for Côte d’Ivoire to heal following civil war, says Gen. Philippe Mangou.
United Methodist leads Côte d’Ivoire’s election effort
Robert Beugré Mambé is relying on God to help him as he plans the upcoming presidential election.
Bishop Boni calls families, church, to prayer
Prayer is the centerpiece of daily life for the Boni family.
Bishops bring Côte d’Ivoire, Texas together
The partnership is aimed at transforming lives on both sides of the Atlantic.
A brief history of Methodism in Côte d’Ivoire
Juju makers fled when the first Methodist evangelist came to this West African country in 1914.
United Methodists confront nation’s pressing problems
From promoting peace to lifting people out of poverty, the church in Côte d’Ivoire is making a difference at every turn.
Change the World conference addresses poverty
Every church can make a difference, organizers say.
Finance agency thanks church members for support
God continues to show us a new thing.
Foster care ministry keeps families together
Church provides ‘ray of hope’ with household basics.
Worker justice network decries wage theft
Exploitation rising with jobless rate, advocates say.
Church takes steps to help poor with Barefoot Sunday
Members of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Maryland donate shoes to help those without.
Missionaries urge President Obama to help Honduras
United Methodist missionaries ask Obama to support reinstating ousted Honduran leader.
United Methodists walk across Alabama for poverty
Lisa Pierce walks 168 miles to raise money for rural ministry and promote awareness for the poor.
Pact opens door for United Methodists, Lutherans
The ELCA will consider entering into full communion with The United Methodist Church in August.
Partnerships build ministry center in Vietnam
United Methodists are building a foundation for work and friendship in the Southeast Asian country.
West Ohio Annual Conference
“I will give you shepherds after my own heart, who will feed you with knowledge and understanding." (Jeremiah 3:15)
G8 draws praise for food aid pledge
Church and relief leaders hail the G8’s commitment to provide $20 billion in food aid.
Aid concerns rise for displaced Pakistanis
Monsoon season increases health risks.
United Methodists battle gambling in Ohio
Common good is better bet, church advocates say.
New Mexico Annual Conference
“We must arise and shine and rethink church...We are called to make complex and difficult decisions to be faithful, dynamic disciples of Jesus Christ who are committed to being relevant, passionate and life changing churches.”
Rocky Mountain Annual Conference
Over 800 people warmly welcomed new Bishop Elaine J. W. Stanovsky to her first session with the Rocky Mountain Conference, this year meeting on the “Western Slope” of the Rockies.
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