Supporting women’s voices in the pulpits and public service means talking to and about them.
Business leaders know that Trump’s support for neo-nazis and white supremacists has no moral foundation. They’ve jumped ship. Unfortunately, the members of his religious advisory council apparently have no problems with outright racism. Here’s the list of those appointed to the Religious Advisory Council. These are the religious leaders who supported Trump’s election and signed on to […]
L.D. Turner I had the good fortune of spending most of my formative childhood years growing up on the southwest coast of Florida. The area from Tampa Bay south, all the way down the coast to Naples, was a haven for two types of people in general: “snow birds” who were mostly retired and lived …
“Moses said, ‘Show me your glory, I pray.’ And he said, “I will make all my goodness pass before you, and will proclaim before you the name, ‘The LORD’; and I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy.’” — Exodus 33:18, 19 NRSV. […]
This is a variant on an experiment that I described a few years ago – https://heartontheleft.wordpress.com/2008/06/11/was-eratosthenes-correct-a-multi-class-science-project/ Source: The Great KENTUCKY Eclipse of August 21, 2017: Measuring the Moon’s Distance – The Catholic Astronomer
Q&A with Liturgy Man is a series of 3-5 minute videos in which Taylor Burton-Edwards answers questions about United Methodist Worship that he receives in a variety of ways from United Methodists around the connection.
News from the DisAbility Ministries Committee of The United Methodist Church”We are treated as…unknown, and yet are well-known; as dying, and behold, we live; as punished, and yet not killed; as sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; as poor, yet making ma…
While secular media have focused on the clergyman who edited a book of devotionals sent to Hillary Clinton, the Rev. Jeremy Smith finds that 115 United Methodist clergywomen contributed to the collection.
A hunter in the desert saw Abba Anthony enjoying himself with the brethren and he was shocked. Wanting to show him that it was necessary sometimes to meet the needs of the brethren, the old man said to him, “Put … Continue reading →
I have been away from regular blogging for some time, and I am finding it difficult to get into the regular pattern once again. Such is the way with all things in life, yes? As I try to pick up this habit and discipline again, I am going to return to something that has long … Continue reading Will we bend our knees?