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COVID-19 support for Asian American churches

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The Asian American Language Ministry Plan’s COVID-19 Resiliency Fund is helping local churches thrive during the pandemic.

AU students skip meals to feed struggling families

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A group of international students at the United Methodist university has started a Feed a Family campaign to donate food and money to communities in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Turning to Wesley’s class model amid pandemic

31 juli, 2020 - 17:00
Churches in Zimbabwe embrace small sessions to keep attendance in check and encourage spiritual growth at home.

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31 juli, 2020 - 16:59

Virus spikes close doors again at some churches

30 juli, 2020 - 19:01
Decision to reopen for in-person worship is being reversed in areas with sharply rising COVID-19 numbers.

Korean hospital sends 10,000 masks for missionaries

30 juli, 2020 - 17:46
The gift to the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries recognizes the contributions of missionaries around the world, including Korea.

Pastors with a badge advance police reforms

29 juli, 2020 - 18:41
United Methodist chaplains and pastors who serve in law enforcement discuss what changes might help both the police and the people they serve.

2020 North Carolina Annual Conference

29 juli, 2020 - 17:25
June 18, 2020, online.

Pastors ‘overjoyed’ as churches reopen in Sierra Leone

28 juli, 2020 - 17:47
As masked churchgoers adapt to new rules for worship, rural communities struggle to rebound after months of lockdown.

Clean water efforts aid villagers during pandemic

24 juli, 2020 - 18:57
Through water, sanitation and hygiene training and the drilling of boreholes, more people in remote communities in Malawi and Zimbabwe have access to clean water.

Young African leaders unite for COVID-19 campaign

24 juli, 2020 - 17:31
The prevention effort is being led by Young African Leadership Development in eight countries in Africa with funding from Discipleship Ministries.

Lawson: Black Lives Matter a religious movement

23 juli, 2020 - 19:18
The Rev. James Lawson says the Black Lives Matter movement is the most important nonviolent campaign since the civil rights movement.

Filipino pastor aims to bring stranded workers home

22 juli, 2020 - 20:38
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rev. Mariesol Villalon has sustained an online ministry with Filipino workers stranded overseas, including a man who is United Methodist.

‘Triple whammy’ of issues challenges pastors

22 juli, 2020 - 19:48
Pastors are trying to mix a little self-care into their busy schedules dealing with the coronavirus, economic hard times and racial issues.

Lewis, Vivian proved faith can change a nation

21 juli, 2020 - 20:11
The Revs. John Lewis and C.T. Vivian were models of authentic religion, said United Methodists who are still inspired by their lives of faith.

Pandemic challenges music ministers, choirs

20 juli, 2020 - 18:52
With singing identified as a spreader of COVID-19, there’s a scramble to keep church music going and choir members engaged.

Kenyan pastors take worship door to door

20 juli, 2020 - 17:36
Rather than livestreaming services, rural church leaders are hitting the road to equip members with the tools they need to fellowship at home during the pandemic.

Millions in federal dollars boost ministries

17 juli, 2020 - 20:09
The U.S. Paycheck Protection Program threw a lifeline to hundreds of United Methodist ministries, but finances remain a concern.

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17 juli, 2020 - 19:10

NFL team name change victory for Native people

16 juli, 2020 - 20:08
Washington NFL team dropping the name Redskins marks beginning of era of understanding the negative impact the names have for Native people, United Methodists said.

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