Business in Orchard Park, NY

Sadly, this most joyful time of year can also be a popular time for online criminals to defraud hardworking consumers. And if you think there’s no way you’d ever fall for an online scam, consider this: Phishing has been around almost as long as the Internet, and there’s a reason the technique continues to be successful! Here’s what you need to know to detect a phishing scam before it’s too late.

Kim Bennett Horvath loves working behind the chair. For her, making clients feel beautiful is a magical and powerful experience. Kim decided that it was time to tap the power of technology to manage her business and continue perfecting her clients’ experiences. However, she didn’t want just any business management solution. Here’s what Sola Stylist Kim Horvath’s business was missing for 20 years while using pen and paper.

Things like activity trackers and sensors might make it easier to keep people with dementia safe and help caregivers. Researchers are going to test that idea in the real world.

You wear so many hats as an independent salon owner at Sola. You’re an artist, receptionist, bookkeeper, marketing director and so much more. What if you could simplify your day-to-day and focus on being an artist? Introducing your new best friend, a technology solution that was truly made just for you: SolaGenius. We recently caught up with eight SolaGenius rock stars to find out the ways…

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Anticipating some life changes in 2016? If so, don’t forget to tell your insurance agent about them.

History was made when the Rev. Tikiko Namata Lesuma was ordained and elder during the service of ordination at the 169 th session of the California-Nevada Conference. Lesuma is the first Fijian person to be ordained an elder in The United Methodist Church (UMC). "It's very humbling. I feel so blessed and so privileged to be ordained…It's an opportunity to be able to encourage more Fijian folks to come into leadership in our conference, and the broader church," says Lesuma. "It is God's…

The United Methodist Council of Bishops will move its 2018 May meeting from Manila, Philippines, for security reasons.

In the wake of official announcement of Mosul’s liberation from the so-called ‘Islamic State’ (IS) group, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit called for a commitment to restoring the social and religious diversity of the city and region.

United Methodists in Nigeria are suffering as more land is lost each year to desertification.

Larry Buxton says an effective sermon speaks to people’s real needs, challenges them, shares Jesus, and proclaims that God is at work in our lives.

From saving money to saving the environment, finding ways to use less energy is a good thing. Here are dozens of ways you can use less energy and save money when it comes to electricity, water and gas.

Friday, January 1, 2011
Guest Writer for this Unit: Mark Jefferson. Mark is a first-year PhD student at Emory University in Atlanta, GA
The unit you are viewing, Emancipation Proclamation Day and Juneteenth, is a compact unit. This means that it does not have a supporting cultural resource unit and worship unit. Instead, to enliven the imagination of preachers and teachers, we have provided scriptural text(s)…

Expressing its deep disappointment at US withdrawal from the 2015 Paris Agreement the WCC has urged renewed commitment by churches and praised local communities and governments for their reaffirmation of climate commitments.

Dozens of Chaldeans from metro Detroit were arrested Sunday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and face possible deportation.

During the temperance movement, there was an argument that somehow the wine in the Gospels was miraculously non-alcoholic, but is there evidence in the biblical text to support that argument?

The World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit condemned an attack on a bus in Egypt carrying Coptic Christians. Twenty-six people are dead, according to media reports, after unidentified gunmen opened fire on the bus. At least 25 more are injured.

Following an open editorial by a range of faith leaders and partners published on 22 May, the World Council of Churches now shares a video message of faith l...