Haiti journal: Life goes on amid destruction
NEW FROM FIELD: Reporter reflects on how humans adapt when disaster strikes.
Haiti triggers heartfelt reflections on social media
People are connecting on Facebook, Twitter and other sites.
United Methodists reach out to Haiti in numerous ways
Volunteers are discouraged from traveling to Haiti, but there are other ways to provide relief.
Mission agency prays for missing students in Haiti
Bishop: "We urge prayer for the students from whom we have not heard, and for all of the people of Haiti.”
Pastor joins U.S.-led interfaith dialogue in Indonesia
Dialogue allows U.S. “to show that it values diversity and sees religious pluralism as a strength.”
Tent city dramatizes plight of Haitians, helps raise funds
The event at Centenary College will fund food, medical aid and reconstruction efforts.
Worship goes on beside damaged Haitian church
Between the ruins of St. Martin Methodist Church and school, chairs are full.
Haiti journal: Home is a field, but families remain families
More than 5,000 displaced Haitians turn a soccer field into a community.
UMCOR partnership gives Haitians keys to clean water
Relief workers provide an easy means of purifying water for thousands left homeless by the earthquake.
Blog: Where Two or Three Are Gathered Together
Hearing the stories of those trapped in the earthquake help us to grieve, and to hope.
Fallen colleagues remembered at Hotel Montana
“We know one day we will have the privilege of being with them in heaven.”
Haiti Methodists offer ‘healing love’ to survivors
Church provides safe haven for homeless.
Mission leader Rabb celebrated for making difference
Friends recall passion for service. “Clint’s God was always getting bigger.”
New worship and song collections planned for 2011
"Worship & Song" said to offer "the best of the best" of latest music, liturgical resources.
Haiti journal: Encountering refugees, stories of loss
A crush of people, cars, buses, scooters, bikes and the occasional cow or donkey clog the road into Port-au-Prince.
Haitian Methodists and UMCOR size up needs
A United Methodist team learns of losses and suffering during its first day in Haiti.
Medical specialists top volunteer list for Haiti
Mission teams urged to wait until country can support workers.
UMCOR’s Sam Dixon remembered for life of service
Friends lift up United Methodist leader’s passion for faith, mission.
God is present amid suffering in Haiti
Many people want to ask, "Why?" in a time like this.
Haitians help Louisiana mission group return home
Shreveport church makes 7-year commitment to Haitian orphanage.
Methodism founder inspires Christian vegetarians
John Wesley stopped eating meat at times for health reasons, scholar says.
United Methodists keep on giving to quake survivors
Seasoned mission volunteers plan return to Haiti.
Haiti mission volunteer remembered as symbol of love
Jean Arnwine was excited about helping others, her husband recalls.
Haiti quake survivor Chand recalls hotel rescue
“… if I don’t try to find a way out, we are stuck.”
Haitian challenge: Remember history, look forward
Church must help Haiti prepare for rebirth even as the focus is on those suffering now.
Pilots carry people out, bring supplies into Haiti
Abraham McIntyre says, “Whatever you need, we’ve got planes.”
UMCOR joins on-the-ground relief for Haiti
LATEST: Agency makes emergency grants to the Methodist Church of Haiti and GlobalMedic.
‘We were spared to help,’ Haiti volunteers believe
Barely home two days, Indiana team gathers supplies for return to Haiti.
Hudson plane crash survivor still ‘braced for impact’
Dave Sanderson says, “God has given me a pathway to share what happened to me.”
United Methodist music video gives hope to Haitians
“We Will Rise” appeals for help, offers inspiration amid despair.
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