Jobs For Dropouts
Students who staff the Peace Meal Café learn more than how to make a hearty breakfast, they learn to make a better life.
Desert Peace Protest
A dedicated group of United Methodists take an annual pilgrimage to “the most bombed place on earth.”
Pets For Elderly People
Veterinarian Beth Taylor started a ministry to match shelter animals that might otherwise be euthanized with people who need a friend.
Better Health For Haiti
In Haiti, health care is a luxury, and one of every eight children will not live to see their fifth birthday. It’s that need that has U.S. donors supporting a local hospital.
New Trends In Nursing
Parish nurses are now working with more churches and helping heal the minds, bodies and spirits of their members.
Iraqi Child Finds U.S. Family
A family takes in an Iraqi girl in need of life-changing surgery, and a lifelong friendship is a cherished outcome.
Prom Brings Joy After Storms
One Mississippi high school nearly had to cancel its prom because of Hurricane Katrina. But a congregation nearly 1,000 miles away came to the rescue.
More and more churches are embracing technology to appeal to modern-day churchgoers.
Teaching With Tae Kwon Do
A church in TX is teaching children how to combat challenges like bullies, bad grades, and focus problems.
Fighting Addiction With Tradition
The Friendship House recovery program serves Native Americans, nurturing cultural ties that help with healing.
Illustrating The Bible
James Pepper has spent much of his life hand-writing and illustrating the Bible, mixing modern and ancient art.
Deaf School For Liberia
Missionary David Worlobah teaches deaf children who often find themeslves isolated and struggling to make a living.
Katrina Elder Volunteer
At 85 years young, Aubrey Smith headed to Mississippi with his church group to help hurricane survivors.
Real-Life Medical School
The United Methodist Outreach Ministries New Day Centers in Phoenix created a clinic that gives care for patients, and classes for aspiring doctors.
Kids Care For Homeless
Rather than ignore the homeless or hand out spare change, a group of Texas youth have a solution in the bag.
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