Sep 23 2014

General Board of Global Ministries: Worldwide Nature of the Church

General Secretary Thomas Kemper blogs about the people of faith in relationship around the world.

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Sep 23 2014

A Potter's View: Fall Is In the Air!

I finished my yearly Health Quotient assessment by my insurance company this morning. It’s not mandatory to complete it, but it has several perks. One is a reduced deductible for next year, and the other, more important incentive, is an encouragement to change habits, exercise more, and enjoy a healthier diet. This is a great […]

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Sep 23 2014

General Board of Global Ministries: United Methodists Covenant with Palestinian Christians

United Methodists in the US covenant with Palestinian Christians during World Week of Prayer for Palestine and Israel.

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Sep 23 2014

Wheneftalks: And She’s Gone (Summer, That Is)

It’s now officially Fall. Believe it or not, Fall is my second-favorite season, after Summer. So, in my own personal economy of seasons, I’m not totally upset by what’s the come over the… Continue reading

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Sep 23 2014

Methodist in-Formation: The Rules: Do Good

This message was offered at Lee Memorial United Methodist Church on Sunday, September 21, 2014. Reading: 1 Peter 3:8-17 Let’s pray. Gracious God, in the moments to come, give me the words to speak and they the ears to hear that together, we might be inspired to not only speak but to live your Word in the world starting […]

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Sep 23 2014

everyday theology: Does Distance Matter?

How far is too far? Walking back from a visit to the Elementary School we have adopted,  a discarded plastic drink bottle lay in the sidewalk.  I should have picked it up. I didn’t. I almost did.  I usually do, but here’s the deal:  after seeing that and thinking I would pick it up, I […]

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