In the second of a three-part series, Rev. Dwayne Bagley explains his choice of spiritual home.
Bishop William H. Willimon’s new book examines the “biology of fear” and the Christian response.
Every appointment has a first Sunday and a last. A traveling preacher shares his joy.
In this month’s Perspectives on Hope, we learn how to tend our spiritual soil.
Kalamazoo District Superintendent chose to be United Methodist. Here’s why.
This pastor believes that the UMC should strive for authenticity within its diversity.
In this month’s Drinking the Cup, Rev. John Boley celebrates small, ordinary acts of love.
“God desires unity,” says Bishop Ken Carter, a moderator on the Commission on a Way Forward.
Scholar Philip Wingeier-Rayo analyzes Wesleyan heritage and cultural shifts.
Sometimes pastoral transition can be heart breaking. Here’s how to say a healthy, “Goodbye.”