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John Meunier | How do you get heard?

The dominant non-religious attitude in America toward sex is something like the attitude Americans have toward commercial transactions. So long as both parties are fully informed about what they are doing and agree of their free will, whatever they … [Read More...]

Come and Find the Quiet Center | Sanctus

Holy, holy, holy Lord,God of power and might,Heaven and earth are full of your glory,Hosanna in the highest.Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.Hosanna in the highest.Hosanna.It's the cry of a crowd that was horribly wrong about the … [Read More...]

salvaged faith | Save Us!

Some of you sometimes ask what I like to do in my spare time and one of my favorite things to do is binge watching television.  I like all sorts of things, from Grey’s Anatomy to Breaking Bad, but I also have a healthy obsession with British … [Read More...]

Preachermom41's Blog | Faith and a Bug’s Life

This morning some type of flying bug caught my attention. I watched it for over twenty minutes. I noticed it because it was flying around and around in circles. Occasionally it would come closer to me or fly over to the side, but then it went back to … [Read More...]

Virtual Methodist | Palm Sunday Revisited

Palm Sunday is one of those Biblical stories that we are almost over-familiar with, so it is a good idea to look at it through someone else's eyes. A couple of years ago I posted this piece lloking at it through the eyes of a Roman centurion. I … [Read More...]


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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