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Ponder Anew | Tuesday of Holy Week

Ye dwellers in darkness With sin blinded eyes, The Light of the world is Jesus! Go, wash, at His bidding, And light will arise. The Light of the world is Jesus! – Philip P. Bliss, 1875 Greeting: It is that very Spirit bearing witness with our … [Read More...]

A Pastor's Thoughts | Day 36–March 31

Mark in Forty Days This year I am reading through the Gospel of Mark during the forty days of Lent. My suggested plan is that you do these readings in Lectio Divina  format. Today’s reading Mark 14:66-72 Prayer Thought Lord we all have times that we … [Read More...]

Come and Find the Quiet Center | Holy Monday

Almighty God, whose most dear Son went not up to joy butfirst he suffered pain, and entered not into glory before he was crucified: Mercifully grant that we, walking in the way of the cross, may find it none other than the way of life … [Read More...]

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Ecumenical burial fit for a king

Ecumenical Burial Fit for a King

CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Tens of thousands of people in Leicester — England’s most religiously diverse city — are getting ready to honor the memory of a long-despised English king with a ceremony that testifies to the already warm relationship … [Read More...]

The United Methodist Church's Biggest Problem

What Is Your Church About?

Joseph Yoo has spot on article at Ministry Matters about one of the biggest problems, that I see, that plagues many United Methodist Churches. Growing up in New Jersey I loved the diner scene. You can get Greek food or breakfast at 2am, no problem. … [Read More...]

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