The Church needs to take stock of its treatment of clergywomen in light of the #MeToo movement, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
What “Fire and Fury” reveals about the Empires of today was already known by a medieval mystic, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith describes how he sees that moderates and “Middle Methodists” are on the menu for the next three years of United Methodism.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith reflects on biblical guidance for how to respond to the tax reform act of 2017.
A modern rewrite of the ancient hymn is perhaps appropriate in this Reformation spirit, says the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
A small suburban Washington Church reveals secret efforts to exacerbate tensions in United Methodism, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
In the second of three parts, the Rev. Jeremy Smith examines the biblical passages that shape progressive views on human sexuality and how to determine when God is doing a new thing.
In the last of the three parts, the Rev. Jeremy Smith that he can support Uniting Methodists for now, waiting to see whether its final proposal supports full inclusion or maintains exclusion of LGBTQ+ people.
After a week of online posts about the newly formed Uniting Methodists Movement, the Rev. Jeremy Smith offers a three-part series on how he, an LGBTQ+ ally, worked through implications of the new entry into the UMC’s sexuality debate.
Is it more important that we count people in the pews and dollars in the plate, or the amount of hate that churches combat? asks the Rev. Jeremy Smith.