United Methodists from all walks of life an in all areas of the US are working to relieve the suffering and assist those left vulnerable following Hurricane Katrina. The following stories share what United Methodists are doing both within the disaster zone and outside of it to help thousands in need.
Commentary: Church turns to crowdfunding
A retired pastor who volunteers with a church that was overwhelmed by a multi-million dollar building project believes the church has found a path to resurrection.
Commentary: Threat of schism hangs over jubilee of church
The constitution of The United Methodist Church faces a critical test, the Rev. William B. Lawrence and Sally Curtis AsKew write in an essay about the crisis facing the denomination.