Blog: This Aint Uncle Walters World
Earthquake shows that information gatekeepers have lost control.
Hope in God supplants grief in Haitian congregation
NEW: Bishop visits Haitians expecting despair, but finds “faith-filled, determined people.”
Survivor: UMCOR trio kept faith in Haiti ruins
Gulley: “I have no answer why I was given the gift of life.”
Haiti quake survivor vows return following her ordeal
Mission volunteer was ready to come home but will return to Haiti.
Mission agency’s Clinton Rabb dies of earthquake-related injuries
Friends and colleagues remember Rabb’s life and impact.
The Rev. Sam Dixon, UMCOR leader, dies in Haiti
Colleagues and friends recall mission exec’s life.
United Methodists build prayer wall for Haiti
The United Methodist Church has created a Facebook page for shared concerns.
BREAKING NEWS: United Methodists rescued from hotel rubble in Haiti
The three executives with the United Methodist Committee on Relief had been missing since Jan. 12.
Dallas volunteer dies from injuries in Haiti quake
UPDATED: Doctors in Guadeloupe tried to revive Jean Arnwine but were unsuccessful.
Families rejoice as mission leaders found, freed in Haiti
JUST IN: UMCOR executive Clinton Rabb is in a Florida hospital, listed in critical condition.
Former Haitian church leader safe, but homeless
Former president of the Methodist Church of Haiti said: “Home and items are all gone. It is not safe.”
Mission Workers Found Alive in Ruins of Haitian Hotel
UMCOR sources report that their missing staff have been rescued.
United Methodist giving tops $1 million for Haiti
Donations will provide meals, health kits and long-term assistance.
United Methodist woman saves colleagues in Haiti
Sarla Chand makes daring escape, brings help back to trapped co-workers.
United Methodists rescued in Haiti
James Gulley and the Rev. Sam Dixon lifted from rubble. Rescue workers close to the Rev. Clinton Rabb.
Blog: “I Am With You”
The Rev. Larry Hollon reflects: “When I am confronting situations like the Haiti earthquake, I hear a whisper, "God is here. God is with us. God is in our midst."
Bishop asks support for Haiti, Human Relations Day
Palmer confident church “will rise to the occasion” to meet needs.
Haitians in Florida await news of family, friends after earthquake
LATEST: “It is a very difficult time for us,” says the Rev. Charline Pierre.
Missing mission execs seen entering destroyed Haiti hotel
LATEST: Officials are still holding out hope that UMCOR workers are somehow still alive.
Mission volunteers missing, injured in Haiti
NEW: Part of a Dallas mission team were hurt in Haiti; two Indiana churches await news about members.
New Jersey church rejoices that Haiti mission team is safe
LATEST: Trinity opens sanctuary for prayer for the people of Haiti.
United Methodists lift up hope, prayers for Haiti quake victims
ROUND UP: Many are giving thanks, packing supplies, wiping tears and praying.
‘Dire situation’ in Haiti calls for generous giving
Congregations urged to take special Sunday offerings.
Concerns mount for missing UMCOR workers
United Methodists vow prayer, giving for earthquake victims.
German United Methodist to lead mission agency
Thomas Kemper has served as a missionary in Brazil and led mission work in Germany.
United Methodists in Haiti before quake hit
Mission teams ready to help rebuild nation.
‘Up in the Air’ beats ‘Avatar’ in moral box office
George Clooney explores human need for love, while James Cameron indulges in revenge fantasy.
Blog: Digital culture demands relevance, change
As technology reshapes the culture, The United Methodist Church must adapt, says the Rev. Larry Hollon.
United Methodists help typhoon survivors recover
Partnerships allow UMCOR to expand its reach.
United Methodists respond with prayer, aid for Haiti
Many casualties are feared following the worst earthquake to hit the region in 200 years.
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