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- HomeThis week’s featured book: A Family Like Mine by Rosalind C. Hughes Today’s Reflection After I found my way to church, a man called Mr. Evans appointed himself my godfather and watched over me for the next ten years, until I left for college. He taught me to read the Bible from the lectern, in […]
- God’s Infinite ImageThis week’s featured book: A Family Like Mine by Rosalind C. Hughes Today’s Reflection In its broadest arc, the Bible tells the story of our reunion with the God who is our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer, our parent by birth and by adoption, the most complete image of our identity. We are legion, we are […]
- SeeingThis week’s featured book: In the Sanctuary of Women by Jan L. Richardson Today’s Reflection Whether with an intimate partner, a family member, or a friend, love calls us to move past our fixed ideas, our expectations, our assumptions about what we want to see, the false visions we construct about who others are. Love […]
- Bishop urged to resolve auditing issuesThe board of The United Methodist Church’s finance agency denied a grant request from East Africa Bishop Daniel Wandabula and instead encouraged him to address long-standing financial concerns.
- Goat-breeding program benefits vulnerable childrenPartnership between Western Pennsylvania and Zimbabwe East conferences has empowered more than 100 toddlers through teens since 2015.
- Discussing Christian nationalism — carefullyDiscipleship Ministries is offering a new Courageous Conversations resource to help United Methodists talk about Christian nationalism in a respectful way.
- Rev. Eddie Fox, evangelism pioneer, diesAs longtime director of World Methodist Evangelism, he traveled the globe to share the gospel and encourage other Wesleyan Christians to do the same.
- Volunteerism is a priority at Florida churchMore than 90% of church attendees at the South Crestview location of Crosspoint, a United Methodist Church in Florida, do volunteer work, motivated by an associate pastor with endless enthusiasm for ministry.
- Sisters in ministry nurture one anotherUnited Methodists in Zimbabwe’s Makoni Buhera District and Indiana’s Northwest District share food, prayer support and the blessing of friendship.
- Young Methodists raising climate change awarenessYoung Methodists have taken it upon themselves to educate as many people as possible about the danger of climate change and ways to combat it. The effort is called Climate Justice for All, or CJ4A.
- 2 jurisdictions plan for church futureThe United Methodist Southeastern Jurisdiction approved the union of two annual conferences, and the Western Jurisdiction looked at the role of bishops.
- Rural pastor perseveres amid challengesWith unreliable transportation and fickle weather, a Zimbabwean pastor sometimes walks as many as 30 miles on Sundays to conduct worship and minister to members.
- TNC celebrates 15 years of sharing God’s lovePartnership that began with Volunteers in Mission team from Pennsylvania enriches lives in northeastern Zimbabwe.