Alumni stories from the Gulf Coast.
Surrounded by Katrinaís destruction, Gulfportís First United Methodist Church became a sanctuary for survivors
At Moore Community House, a UMC mission for low-income families, damages reached $2.5 million
When one of the evacuees from New Orleans had a fatal heart attack, there was a sense of panic. Where could they send his body?
Student Franklin Golden Brings “Cotton Patch Gospel" to life for Katrina victims.
At the Stillwater campus of OSU, the Wesley Foundation is transforming ministry.
A photo essay from Duke Divinity School's 2005 pilgrimage to Rwanda and Uganda.
As they served South African churches during the summer of 2005, these divinity students found God's grace ever present.
Nothing in his 55 years prepared Mike McLaurin for the devastation from Hurricane Rita.
Katrina forced Tulane officials to cancel fall semester, dispersing students throughout the country. But by January, Max Zehnerís students were back, helping with the recovery.
Bishop Kenneth Carder is leading the divinity schoolís response to the nationís worst natural disaster.
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