Liberian nursing school struggles to recover
Picking up after Liberiaís civil war, the United Methodist-supported school reopens in its former location.
New series explores features of Christian character
Christians and seekers intent on “Living the Good Life” can find tools in a developing series by United Methodist Publishing House.
Methodists swap stories of fearless women of faith
At the first womenís history conference in 27 years, United Methodists celebrate women as the prophetic voice of the church.
Urban ministry survey cites need for training, support
United Methodists are committed to urban ministry but want more training on how to provide that ministry, a new survey shows.
Church attorney: Keep politics out of the pulpit
As election season intensifies, an attorney for The United Methodist Church offers advice on the church and politics.
Board hears success stories from Publishing House
The church’s publishing agency is ‘living big,’ ‘transforming lives’ and ‘still singing’ with new publications for children and adults.
European clergywomen share and inspire
United Methodist clergywomen in Europe gather in Germany to share their struggles and rewards.
One hundred years of Methodist menís ministry
Men's ministry dates back in some form to the early days of Methodism, when John Wesley and Charles Wesley established the first holy clubs in the 1720s.
Texas, Cote d’Ivoire conferences join hands
A history-making collaboration further bridges the work of The United Methodist Church in the United States and Africa.
United Methodist Men plan centennial celebration
A year-long celebration in 2008 will honor 100 years of menís ministry in The United Methodist Church.
Commentary: Gambling addicts include older adults
In a commentary, a pastor and a psychiatrist call for greater awareness and guidance from the church.
Education foundation quadruples grant awards
United Methodists can earn up to $4,000 in scholarship awards through a growing partnership.
Michigan group works for clean drinking water in Haiti
United Methodists providing hot lunches to Haitian schoolchildren are now adding clean drinking water to their ministry.
Social Creed gets European flavor at consultation
A panel working on a new United Methodist Social Creed meets in Norway with church members from across Europe.
'March Madness' advances Nothing But Nets drive
United Methodists sponsor basketball tournaments, challenges and other fundraisers for the anti-malaria drive.
Anti-malaria campaign scores at NBA All-Star Week
During the annual pro basketball event in Las Vegas, a leading scorer was undoubtedly Nothing But Nets.
Campaign planned for Global Education Fund
A marketing and fundraising campaign kicks off in 2007 for a global fund to help Methodist schools develop stronger leaders.
Explosion impacts United Methodists in Mozambique
An ammunition depot explosion has killed at least 100 people and damaged two neighborhoods with United Methodist parishes.
Zimbabwe hosts Social Principles training
Facing desperate social conditions, United Methodist church leaders in the African nation study the church’s Social Principles.
Filipino church leaders appeal to U.N. panel
Seeking an urgent investigation by the United Nations, they document 836 politically motivated killings in the Philippines since 2001.
The church prays as a child is lost – and found
“Easter came early to Greensboro!” proclaimed the United Methodist pastor of the lost Boy Scout found in the mountains of North Carolina.
Discipleship ponders leadership in the church
What is the definition of leadership in The United Methodist Church?
Discipleship University to train church leaders
A groundbreaking initiative begins this fall to instruct pastors and lay members on ways to revitalize their local congregations.
Five students receive campus ministry scholarships
Affirming the work of campus ministry, the Board of Higher Education and Ministry announces graduate scholarships.
Church wants stronger bonds in southern hemisphere
A hunger exists for deeper and more frequent interaction among Methodists of Latin America, the Caribbean and North America.
Latin American Methodists eager to rebuild
They struggle to maintain physical structures left by U.S. Methodists but also relationships with The United Methodist Church.
Texas church salutes ‘Golden Pair’ marriages
It’s quite an accomplishment to stay married at least 50 years. Just ask the 26 couples who qualify as Golden Pairs.
United Methodist radio back on the air in Liberia
United Methodists in the West African nation have a new FM radio station to help heal the war-torn country.
COSROW calls for work against racism, sexism
New United Methodist mission goals must include intentional strategies to end such practices – beginning in the church.
Latin American Methodists: separate but connected
A four-part series examines the relationship of The United Methodist Church with Methodists in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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