I received a copy of Mornings with Bonhoeffer: 100 Reflections on the Christian Life by Donald K. McKim to review. I’ve previously used Ron Klug’s 40-Day Journey with Dietrich Bonhoeffer as a devotional and really enjoyed it, so I was definitely intrig…
Methodist history shows that no matter the outcome of the special General Conference, even schism, the church will continue, writes the Rev. Elaine A. Robinson.
The Council of Bishops unanimously adopted a statement pledging to be “a prayerful, hopeful, and pastoral presence” without manipulating proceedings as they preside over the 2019 General Conference.
Livestreaming on YouTube will enable viewers to see most events of the “Toward an Inclusive Church” Conference on Friday, Nov. 16.
Instrumental in bringing Gandhi’s principles of nonviolence to the U.S. civil rights movement, the Rev. James Lawson is to receive one of the nation’s highest civilian honors after a seven-decade career in pastoral and justice ministries.
The Rev. Wes Magruder is glad that the Wesleyan Covenant Association has made its breakaway intentions clear. What frustrates him is that his fellow progressives haven’t done the same in advance of the 2019 General Conference.
Dr. David W. Scott challenges United Methodists to think about the “null hypothesis” of the 2019 special General Conference: What if delegates adopt none of the proposed Way Forward plans?
“Jesus is the head of the body, the church; He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, so that He might come to have first place in everything. For in Him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through Him God was pleased to reconcile…
The following is part of the sermon I delivered at Buffalo United Methodist ChurchJesus also says in Mark 9, “Whoever wants to be first must be last of all, and servant of all.” A Servant-of-all is the servant with the lowest rank of all the…
Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed. – Mark 1:35 Brought out in the post “Preparation” was how Paul taught the … Continue reading →