The biblical view not only understands that God is the Judge of the world, but that we, also, must act as God’s regents.
Final version of letter from Asbury alumni and students opposing the Traditional Plan gets new circulation through social media.
that clock ticking in time to our hearts beatingour muscles flexing, our topsy-turvy living of liveswhile moon drips pewter mist below the hemispheres,the stars are numberless and dependable and thesun rises and sets and rises again, a hope-filled forever tick tock, the heart,no more beats in timecardiac arrest what then, I wonder,probably just another day,a […]
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A six-point document against disaffiliation and withholding apportionments is less than helpful.
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The gospel reading for this past Sunday was the story of the Gerasene demoniac in Mark 5 and Luke 8. For anyone unfamiliar, it’s about a man in the region of the Gerasenes who is possessed by a legion of demons that make it so he has to live nake…
A “preacher’s smorgasbord” of scriptures for June 30 gives a plethora of options for those moving to new assignments and those who want to celebrate love of country.
The name of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit exposes the insecurity of our power.
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Lectionary Reading: Luke 9:51-62Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so.This is what most people believe about Jesus maybe because we learned it through singing about it at a very young age. Through John Wesley, as Methodists, we …