A question of commitment keeps me coming back to two movies and their evaluations of the fuzzy line of justice.
When disaster strikes, we are reminded that we are better together.
Is it more important that we count people in the pews and dollars in the plate, or the amount of hate that churches combat?
The poor will always be with you–but that doesn’t make them the butt of jokes.
Three ways how the Clergy Covenant must change in whatever is Next for Methodism.
Followup with absurd result: How did a $7m property get sold for $69,000? And what does that mean for other churches?
While deploring cultural accommodation, the WCA caucus group has exhibited some of the worst aspects of American culture. This week: hypocrisy.
Top 12 list from a queer UM to straight allies
A reflection on music, technology, and The United Methodist Church.
The denomination’s Supreme Court could violate one of Methodism’s core principles in order to throw out a gay bishop. Is it worth it?