Confessions of a ‘green mommy’
Environmental advocate shares the importance of passing her values on to her son.
Publishing giant promoted integration
John Procter’s rags-to-riches story reads like an inspirational novel.
‘Queen Mother’ of civil rights dies at 98
Dorothy Height, honored by three presidents, worked tirelessly for justice for all.
Civil rights pioneer Dorothy Height dies
DEVELOPING STORY: Height was a United Methodist leader who fought for equality and human rights for all.
God bless this organic meal
How we eat is tied to God’s command to be good stewards of creation.
Mission agency stresses collaboration
Effort includes strengthening ties to large congregations.
Congo church brings joy to the world
Bishop Thomas Bickerton says Africans "have absolutely everything spiritually."
Deaths of innocents challenge faith
Faithful who are allowed to grieve, to ask questions of God, have better outcomes.
United Methodists need to go ‘deep green’
United Methodists issue first official statement on environmental issues in 24 years.
Women, men’s groups confront violence
United Methodist Women and United Methodist Men agree to collaborate on anti-violence effort.
‘Tipi camp’ enriches Native American ministry
United Methodists observe Native American Ministries Sunday on April 18.
Church provides anti-malaria nets in Congo
Singer helps create excitement as Imagine No Malaria launches.
Cokesbury sales fight malaria
The Imagine No Malaria campaign receives $50,000 from the United Methodist Publishing House.
Canals save lives in Congo village
Residents dig eight miles of canals to divert water and prevent malaria.
Pastor blesses Phillies on opener
The Rev. Jeff Raffauf prays for the home team’s hitters “to beat the cover off these balls.”
Pilot project to begin for Haiti volunteers
Organizers offer details on how people can help the quake-stricken country.
United Methodists ride in Vietnam
West Ohio team will ride motorbikes to visit congregations in the Southeast Asian country.
Church plans $10.4 million project for Haiti
United Methodists plan three-year relief and recovery program.
Partners combat malaria in Congo
Residents of Bongonga are eager for an April 15 distribution of mosquito nets.
San Diego event reaches out in many ways
Hundreds of United Methodists mobilize to make a difference in their community.
UMCOR reacts to China earthquake
The relief agency is working with partners to get details on the killer quake.
United Methodist map to change in June
Several U.S. regions of the church will get new names and boundaries.
Congo community prepares for nets
Millions in Lubumbashi were left out of a distribution due to lack of funds. Now nets are on the way.
Texas clergywoman to lead relief agency
Cynthia Harvey is elected as head of the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
Arkansas volunteers ‘get up and give’ for kids
Abused children have a prettier place to live thanks to church members who made Sunday a day of service.
Kansans spruce up community parks
Nearly 1,000 people join to beautify Topeka in a Rethink Church event.
Momentum builds for major church change
Most people believe change “is long overdue,” Bishop John Hopkins says in a commentary.
Call to Action seeks to increase church vitality
Committee moves forward with evaluating general ministries.
Bishop Abel Muzorewa dies at 84
The bishop’s career was intertwined with the history of modern Zimbabwe.
Disaster ministry provides home, answer to prayer
Five years after Hurricane Katrina, a Louisiana disaster relief ministry is still rebuilding homes and lives.
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