Dreamer plants new church in Kansas City
Starting a new congregation is the adventure of a lifetime for the Rev. Curtis Huffman.
Summit addresses suffering in Sudan
United Methodists bring hope with medical care, education and clean water projects.
United Methodists keep focus on Haiti
More than 3,000 volunteers line up at Virginia event to pack emergency meals.
Young clergywomen blaze new trails
Young women pastors blaze new trails
Haitians mourn losses from quake
“It felt like the end of the world,” one survivor says.
Lenten self-denial aids Côte d’Ivoire
United Methodists asked to help Radio Methos in Côte d’Ivoire.
Racial tensions inform Tyson’s memoir
White preacher’s son explores race relations growing up in North Carolina.
Film recalls 1970 murder over race
"Blood Done Sign My Name" transcends Hollywood treatment of civil rights to focus on black empowerment.
Ivorian bishop calls for prayer amid shakeup
Church is "confident in God that we will cross the troubled waters."
UMCOR field office opens in Haiti
UMCOR plan includes emergency, recovery and rehabilitation work.
Mission board protests arrests in Philippines
Doctor with United Methodist ties among 43 health workers detained.
Haiti journal: Dreading the rainy season
Winter Olympics should not overshadow needs of suffering nation.
Ohio Wesleyan students belly flop for Haiti
Participants endure a few red chests to raise $1,000 for UMCOR relief fund.
Free pharmacy will open in Ohio church
Providing prescriptions for the poor "speaks to Jesus' healing ministry."
Judicial Council to look at new church structures
Conferences explore new ways to meet mission needs.
United Methodists recall Orangeburg Massacre
Church stood with students in taking stand against racism.
Wesley’s diet, exercise tips promote health
Drink lots of water, take cold baths, exercise regularly.
All Haiti scholarship students reported safe
LATEST: Quake, however, left many young scholars living on the streets.
Super Bowl rivalry promotes health kits
Indiana, Louisiana churches compete for Haiti.
Haiti journal: Deaconess, 82, cares for orphans
FROM REPORTER IN HAITI: Holly preaches and heals at Methodist Children’s Home.
UMCOR begins pilot aid project for Haitians
FROM TEAM IN HAITI: Relief agency distributing food to rural town. “God is happy,” a volunteer says.
Haiti hospital home to abandoned children
Two children left without parents by the quake have been adopted. “We pray for the others.”
Haiti quake survivors need food, medicine
Medical team discovered patients and staff at a hospital were without food.
Pastor calls on Wall Street to help Haiti
Financial leaders asked to tithe 10 percent of bonuses.
United Methodist doctor helps set up Haiti clinic
“We are showing people we care,” said Dr. Troy Silvernale, a family physician who was born in Haiti.
Food, water, housing top priorities for Haitians
FROM HAITI: UMCOR listens to community leaders to plan aid response.
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.”
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