Feeling the pressure of coronavirus quarantine, the Rev. Charlie Baber puts the Wesley Bros into Lazarus’ story.
It sounds disgusting, but spitting into some dirt was what Jesus did to heal a blind man, showing that God uses anything for our good, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
Most of us long to be known and accepted. And that’s the gift of Christ, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
When Nicodemus hears Jesus say he must be “born again,” he misses the truth behind the literal image, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
John Wesley didn’t take much stock in Lent, or any season that required more spiritual discipline. But Lent as a season of penitence and increased practice of spiritual discipline can have a nourishing effect on the soul.
The Wesley Bros are back! And they began with an ancient text suitable for the Lenten season.
The Rev. Charlie Baber announces a “sabbatical” for his enormously popular Wesley Bros comic series.
Wesley Bros encounter Advent purists as the Christian year begins on December 1.
The end of the three-year liturgical cycle prompts the Rev. Charlie Baber to consider the promise of Christ’s return.
The Wesley Bros are pondering the Grinch-like effect of the UMC’s turmoils on this year’s giving campaigns in local churches.