Is this a Bonhoeffer or Selma moment for Christians and other believers to stand up to American brutality? wonders the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
Following his iconoclastic ways, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant discourses on popular ideas about sin, original and otherwise.
After 20 years of ministry, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant has a few pearls of pastoral wisdom – plus Willie Nelson.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant provides a basic account of Jesus’ life, ministry and death for people who need an easier entry into the Christian faith.
A mandatory conference meeting on disaster preparedness puts the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryan to wondering whether The United Methodist Church is really ready for the prospect of breaking apart.
It might be an out-of-touch word, but “stoked” genuinely describes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant’s feeling about God’s faithfulness.
After being a leader in public prayer at graduation, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant decides it’s much too questionable for him to continue the practice.
Ever challenging, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant contends that the idea of The Trinity — Father, Son and Holy Spirit — is a human theological conjecture that tries to explain the mystery of how God relates to God’s self.
Pentecost is about God’s appearance and our response, not about our personal feelings, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
1. Bring a pair of clean underwear. When howling winds from heaven burst in and the tongues of flame appear above my head, I cannot be responsible for the actions of my digestive system. Pentecost is a sudden shock to the system.