How great is YouTube for teaching Religion in America? The variety of videos available would have been unimaginable years ago. I can incorporate Y2K fears at the turn of this millennium, the Washington D.C. Promise Keepers Rally, a speech by the Mahari…
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Worship: What is it and why do we do it? These questions aren’t always easy to answer. In this sermon, I try to answer those questions and get to the heart of who we are as worshipers of The Christ. … Continue reading →
We Are Worship: Sermon Audio was first posted on August 14, 2013 at 10:52 am.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE United Methodist Reporter to Continue as a Digital Resource MethoBlog to become part of CircuitWriter Media LLC Nashville, TN – June 5, 2012 CircuitWriter Media LLC announced today that it has entered into an agreement with UMR Communications Inc. to purchase the rights and digital assets of the United Methodist Reporter (UMR) […]
I’m back for my third episode of cat mathematics! This is the series where I combine the Internet’s favorite creature with the language of the universe. Yes that’s right, cats and math combined together. In my last two articles I … Continue reading →
Earlier today I received an e-mail from a friend at another site who was trying to identify the top United Methodist related bloggers. While I frankly don’t know how representative the MethoBlog is of all of United Methodism, we DO compile some 300 sites here, and as such should be able to massage our numbers […]
We are pleased to announce with the addition of the General Board of Higher Ed. feed that we are now serving up 300 sites through the MethoBlog. We hope that having a central place for keeping up with Methodist related blogging and news is helpful for you. Thanks for being a part of this site.
One of the fun activities during GC2012 was the gathering of a group via Google+ and Google Hangouts to talk in real-time about the happenings of the General Conference while watching the live stream. I confess that I haven’t been much of a Google+ fan, but I’m becoming more interested with the recent redesign, and […]
Well GC2012 is over and we are still evaluating a General Conference that was a total mess by the end of the week, but the most documented and reported General Conference of all time. Certainly folks have been talking about the influence of Twitter on the conference, and that certainly can’t be denied. Yet, the […]
It’s always been funny to me that it often happens that professional communicators sometimes fail at the most basic of communication skills. That happened to us as we were working out the details of the MethoBlog/United Methodist News Service partner site for GC2012, and so I put out some information earlier that was not completely […]