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- Give a GiftToday’s Reflection WHEN WE THINK of changing the world, we feel unequipped, overwhelmed. We say, How could I possibly change the world? How would I even begin? Begin by changing someone’s life in your own hometown, church, or family. Recently I received a gift — an unexpected gift I will forever treasure. After our recent […]
- Christian CompanionsToday’s Reflection MEERKATS ARE among the most sociable creatures on earth. Because of their size, these small mammals must band together in order to survive the harsh conditions of the Kalahari Desert. From baby-sitting and grooming to hunting and defending, they do nearly everything together. Remarkably cooperative, they often display a high degree of selflessness. […]
- Trust in GodToday’s Reflection SOMETIMES LIFE SEEMS UNBEARABLE. Our hearts and minds are weighed heavily upon, and we struggle to let go of all that burdens us for fear of losing the illusion of control we have over our lives. We call upon your name today, O God, that you may free us from worry and all […]
- Storm shuts down United Methodist schools in Sierra LeoneEducators and church officials are trying to come up with a plan to allow students to finish out the school year while repairs are underway.
- Camp offers migrant youth fun, friendshipThe California-Pacific Conference has been offering summer camps to unaccompanied migrants for the past four years.
- Church seeks release of detained missionaryUnited Methodist mission agency, bishops want Philippines government to allow three missionaries to leave the country.
- Nutrition support remains critical in MalawiThe United Methodist Church’s nutrition program is making a difference for both children and adults.
- Appointments leave Glide without United Methodist pastorBishop Minerva Carcaño, episcopal leader of the California-Nevada Annual Conference is conducting a ministry assessment of the church.
- Central Congo Conference women benefit from trainingSessions on leadership, finances, culinary arts enrich lives of United Methodist women.
- Georgia candidate has deep United Methodist rootsGeorgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, the daughter of two retired United Methodist pastors, was raised to lead life of service.
- AU students working on clean energyStudents at the United Methodist university are researching a renewable clean energy source for rural communities.
- Pope Francis models Christian unity at WCCPope’s visit highlights ecumenical cooperation, caps off meeting that also included a focus on peace on Korean peninsula.
- Asian-Americans celebrate church traditionThe National Federation for Asian American United Methodists celebrated 43 years of advocating for what is now the fastest-growing population in the U.S.