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Recent Interpreter articles:

Preaching to the congregation of Urban Abbey, a United Methodist congregation meeting in a coffee shop in Omaha, Nebraska, is the Rev. Debra McKnight. Photo courtesy of Urban Abbey. This has been cropped from the original by United Methodist Communications.

Grants Help Churches Get Noticed

For more than a decade, new United Methodist congregations have had the opportunity to apply for a new church start grant from United Methodist Communications. Read More

Children joined United Methodist Women from Theressa Hoover United Methodist Church to pack healthy meals for youngsters in the Project H.O.P.E. Weekend Food Program. Etta Carter, coordinator, teaches the children about H.O.P.E. Photo by Songhai Nelson. Photo cropped from original by

Through ministries with the poor, receivers become givers

"‘The poor' were nameless, faceless and distant ... I was pretty OK with that." Relationship-based campaign transforms those living in poverty and the congregations called to serve them. Read More

Older children help the younger ones during the after-school feeding program in Tondo, one of the most depressed areas of Manilla in the Philippines. Photo courtesy of David Valera. Cropped from original by United Methodist Communications.

Bowls of hope feed kids’ bodies, moms’ spirits

Answering call to begin feeding program for children takes Filipino nurse Marisel Tondo from Mary Johnston Hospital to streets of Manila -- and continues the tradition of women in mission. Read More

Susan Henry-Crowe

Encouraging social awareness, action

Challenging the world's 12.4 million United Methodists to be involved in Christ-inspired social concerns is a big undertaking. But that is the mission of United Methodism's General Board of Church and... Read More

Healthy families initiative in Liberia

Empowering women for abundant living

Healthy Families-Healthy Planet initiative is about access to family-planning information and services that save women's lives and stop unnecessary death and injuries. Read More

Volunteers of all ages worked side-by-side during Build-A-Bed day at Central United Methodist Church in Florence, South Carolina.

Homemade beds for children in need

As Art Justice was grateful that he slept in a comfortable bed, he wondered how many children did not have the same luxury. Read More