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The Rev. Ruth Marsh offers a cup of tea to Angi Rogers, a guest in the day shelter at Trinity United Methodist Church in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

United Methodists throughout the world endure hardships, conflicts and challenges. In the midst of difficulties, we find hope in our faith and offer to others this vision for a way out of the struggle.

Across history, women have forged a way for a fair and equitable world, often overcoming injustices. We celebrate the resilient women who have shaped our faith: Susannah Wesley, Frances Willard, Fanny Crosby, Mary McCleod Bethune and many others. #WomensHistoryMonth

As we continue moving through the season of Lent, we are invited to remember that through the power of Christ, nothing is beyond God's repair. This knowledge of resurrection makes us reslient people of God.

How are you a resilient person of God? #BeUMC

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Many buildings in downtown Mayfield, Kentucky, were destroyed by a tornado on Dec. 10, 2021. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Ways We Grow

Finding the resilience to overcome disaster

A United Methodist pastor describes how resilience, purpose and our community of faith bolster us when we face grief and rebuilding.

A Lenten cross at Hillcrest United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee.

Lent & Easter

Lent & Easter

United Methodists use Ash Wednesday and Lent as a time to reflect as they prepare to celebrate Holy Week and the joy of Easter.


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