In a surprise joint release, Discipleship Ministries and the Rev. Timothy Bias announced that he had left the agency’s top executive position by mutual agreement.
A comic book artist’s rendering of Jesus’ earthly parents brings the true meaning of Christmas for Cynthia B. Astle.
We are living through an apocalypse this Advent season, as current events call followers of Jesus to live out his teachings and example, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
Research findings about American United Methodists the extensive Religious Landscape Study are both surprising and sobering in the approach to the 2016 General Conference, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
Arch Street United Methodist Church in Philadelphia showed brotherly love for a Catholic group devoted to LGBT inclusion when the group was refused entry to a Catholic event visited by Pope Francis.
The convergence of Pope Francis’ U.S. visit with the death of religion expert Phyllis Tickle underscores something significant for fractious United Methodists, namely Jesus’ call to love the unlovable, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
A social media exchange between UM Insight and a previous contributor of conservative stance leads coordinator Cynthia B. Astle to ask for reader feedback.
The Rev. Rob Rynders, a prominent leader among young United Methodist clergy, announced Sept. 13 on Facebook that he had been granted a voluntary leave of absence from appointive ministry for personal reasons.
When we equate news of bigotry with the suffering of infants, it’s time to check our priorities, writes Cynthia B. Astle.
United Methodist Insight’s success, far beyond original expectations, prompts changes to improve the forum for its readers’ benefit.