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Adults rescued as children are now caring for orphaned and abandoned children at a United Methodist center in Sierra Leone.
The United Methodist pension agency is planning for a low-carbon economy. For investors, the agency says, the move makes good financial sense.
Trump’s executive order on immigration brings back memories for Japanese Americans, who this weekend mark the anniversary of a similar moment in history from the last century.
Dallas’ St. Paul United Methodist, under the Rev. Richie Butler, seeks growth, influence even as it goes on National Register of Historic Places.
Humberto Barralaga is one of more than 600 people arrested in federal immigration raids. He and others are seeing their families divided.
Two United Methodist-related colleges say President Trump’s immigration orders hinder academic freedom.
Katherine Johnson was one of three African-American women who had a key role in the early U.S. space program.
Village attacks leave 15 people dead and more than 7,000 displaced, many of whom are United Methodists.
A recent forum on sexuality at a local United Methodist Church was an effort to support denomination-wide conversations on LGBTQ people.
Appeals court ruling stops ban of refugees from seven mostly Muslim countries.
A partnership between United Methodist-related Emory University and others is improving the eyesight of Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone.
Leaders of the Mississippi congregations expressed frustration with the denomination’s ongoing homosexuality debate.
One hundred years after the first Sami Congress, United Methodists and others gather to celebrate the church host and the Sami people.
Hard work and good relations — with fellow Cubans, United Methodists and others — help shape today’s church.
In Havana neighborhoods, people seem to know everyone and hear everything. “The thing about Cuba is we have learned to help one another – solidarity. Life here is very sociable.”
United Methodist missionary visits war-torn northern Iraq.
The changes address matters of gender equality, inclusiveness in membership, delegate and bishop elections, as well as bishop accountability.
From cell group to mission to church, the goal of the Methodist Church in Cuba is to make each member an evangelist.
Lourdes Vazquez worked for 20 years in Cuba’s renowned health system but gave up her job, her home and proximity to her children and grandchildren to serve God.
A group of United Methodist clergywomen created #wepraywithher to join a larger devotional project for the U.S. presidential candidate and honor women who have broken glass ceilings for them.