Faith and begorra! The Wesley Bros are looking toward St. Patrick’s Day with the counsel to try to see Christ in everyone, as Celtic Christianity teaches.
The budding romance of Charles Wesley and Sally Gwynne turns to poetry – and discussion of guns.
Think it’s hard to be clergy? What about being an unmarried ordained minister trying to find a mate?
What better time than the combined Valentine’s Day/Ash Wednesday congruence to introduce the love of Charles Wesley’s life, Sally Gwynne?
The Transfiguration story reminds us that to be a disciple is to face the reality of suffering and death with Christ, and to trust that though it looks and feels like defeat, you will be raised with him, the Wesley Bros find.
Look out! Here comes the Wesley Bros’ evil Auntie Gnomey-Anne with her batch of delicious-but-empty gourmet cupcakes.
Getting pushback from last week’s immigration cartoon, the Rev. Charlie Baber calls on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle to remind us that Jesus came to fulfill Old Testament promises, not replace them with New Testament ideas.
In the midst of a brutal winter, powerless undocumented immigrants face a cold future as they are rounded up by immigration officials. They need Christians to defend them, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
Charles Wesley’s beloved cat has a few thoughts on heaven and hell, dogs and mice.
The First War on Christmas, with a real battle scene and everything, ends with a decision on Jesus’ nature, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.