In an excerpt from his new book, “Holy Love,” the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper looks at how living a “singular life” in Christ makes monastics of all Christians.
The Connectional Table has launched Emerging, a digital collection of essays, articles and other content discussing what may be taking shape in the life of the UMC connection as a result of the outcome of the 2019 General Conference.
The following is the audio recording of the sermon from Sunday, August 18, 2019. The sermon text is the Word from August 13 through August 19: Luke 12.49-56.
Wile E. Coyote may seem like a constant failure, but in reality he exhibits practices that could help bring people in to church, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
Final arrangements for the 2020 General Conference include changes in its official journal, the Daily Christian Advocate, and some 13,000-plus purple “hospitality” scarves for delegates, guests, bishops and other dignitaries.
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“Flat Earthers” cite shared identity, beliefs, practices, and motivations, which is the realm of religion, writes Dr. David W. Scott. So how do we get them to consider Christianity?
The caucus of Hispanic/Latino United Methodists says it’s “alarmed by how the evils of white supremacy, racism and xenophobia continue to rapidly spread through all levels of our nation and society.”
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