The patron saint of Ireland left a legacy of evangelism that Christians today can emulate. He also knew something about piracy.
Photo essay shows how one church kicks off Lent with pancakes, masks, and New Orleans Jazz. “It’s very Methodist if you look at the tradition.”
Expert says truly sharing and living out the good news means developing relationships. “Are we friendly, or are we in the practice of making friends?”
Bishop Yambasu emphasizes need for United Methodists to come together to advance the quality of education through $4.5 million project.
Chappell Temple says the preacher’s kid who was sold into slavery not only forgave his captors, he returned to Ireland as a missionary. Read More
The Committee on Relief assesses the need for long-term recovery and the “hidden wounds” of 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown in Japan. Read More
A must read for Women's History Month: New World Outlook's story of Methodist women who pioneered all aspects of mission service. Read More
Advisers from United Methodist-related colleges offer tips on paying for college. “The goal is to help students graduate without drowning in debt.” Read More
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Zimbabwe Area Bishop Eben Nhiwatiwa calls the church to take an active role in helping end abuse. “There is an opportunity for preventive ministry.” Read More
United Methodist Men took time from March meeting to deliver devotionals. The original book was carried by U.S. troops during WWII. Read More
“What can we do to help?” Six chaplains in Youngstown, Ohio ride with police officers to counsel people in the midst of shock or grief. Read More
Kayla Montgomery triumphs despite symptoms. “I tell myself, ‘I know you’re tired … but you’re going to finish this.’ And then I do.” Read More