The word from God comes to us sinful humans in unexpected ways that we can only hear if we’re truly listening, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
A dive into the history of Methodism’s founder brings the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant to a conclusion: we really don’t know what it means to be Methodist today, and we’d better figure it out.
Wedding season is here, and it has the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant pondering the contemporary myths around friendship and being in a wedding party.
With a church member in hospital after a serious freak accident, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant heads off to annual conference anxiously awaiting a word from God.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant is blunt: the thought of going to annual conference fills him with dread, because of what it portends for the future.
Christians aren’t all cut from the same cloth as some would have others believe, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant in an open letter to his non-churchgoing neighbors.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Harris reflects on the state of world in light of the recent attacks in western Europe and elsewhere.
Attempts to explain the Holy Trinity are not only difficult, they’re impossible, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant. It’s much wiser to let God deal with it.
My dearest John:
The “neighborhood” of Fred Rogers — himself a Presbyterian minister — contributes insights to Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant’s understanding of Pentecost.