Faith in Action

  • Connecting with Appalachia

    Journey will engage diverse voices on current challenges, creative opportunities for social change that abound in region. Read More
  • Burning sacred havens

    6 suggestions as to how those with Methodist heritage should respond to racially charged turmoil of recent weeks. Read More
  • #FreeFamilies

    Families should not be indefinitely detained in subpar conditions — but it is happening nonetheless! Read More
  • Nuclear Remembrance & Action Week, Aug. 6-9

    Guide offers suggested actions, resources to commemorate Hiroshima, Nagasaki bombings, push for abolition of nuclear weapons. Read More

Giving hope to children

Victims of Philippines extrajudicial killings

United Methodist Baguio Area helps build better future as part of Regional Ecumenical Council in the Cordillera. read more»

July 10, 2015

Concern grows over rapes in Liberia

United Methodist Human Rights Monitor leads protests

Attacks undermine peace and security, and hinder holistic development of girls and women in Liberia. read more»

by Julu Swen on July 28, 2015

‘Part of our mission for justice and peace’

Bishop Swenson leading trip to Hiroshima, Nagasaki

World Council of Churches delegation to attend 70th commemoration of atomic bomb attacks. read more»

by Linda Bloom on July 28, 2015

Getting at roots of injustice

Great Plains Micah Corps interns work for social change

Often the best solution is not the easy solution whether you are weeding a garden or transforming society, says intern. read more»

by Maddi Baugous on July 28, 2015

We the people

A brutal summer for human rights, dignity

People find themselves caught in mix of tragedy, promise, confronting superficial cultural assumptions to defend ‘less-than-Christian behavior.’ read more»

by the Rev. Chris Momany on July 28, 2015

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