In the contrast of two very different funerals, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant finds a sacred encounter with God “being God” in the face of death.
So much of what we think we believe in both religion and politics is being manipulated by outside forces that the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant thinks it’s time we moved to remembering how much God love us.
For all its horror, the Las Vegas massacre proved again an eternal truth: our humanity connects us, and no misbegotten notions of who or what is valuable and authentic can change that, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant implores God to bring comfort to those harmed by the Las Vegas shooting, and resolve to those whose hearts are weary of violence.
Jesus didn’t “write a memo” when people were in need, and we shouldn’t have to issue memos either, says the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
What the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant thinks of taking a knee, he thinks of these things.
If the world really does end on Sept. 23 as a “Christian numerologist” has predicted, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant has the Methodist angle covered in humor.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant examines the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation through a lens of what’s happening in The United Methodist Church.
The Egyptians’ genocide of the Hebrews and Moses’ murder of an Egyptian weren’t morally equivalent, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant. There wasn’t violence on both sides.
The United Methodist Church is wasting money and people power much needed elsewhere on the far-flung meetings of the Commission on A Way Forward, says the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant