What does it mean to be “sent” not “called” to a local church? Rev. Jack Harnish reflects.
National Justice For Our Neighbors shares a story of Salvadorans living in southeastern Michigan.
What do basketball, making disciples, and transforming the world have in common? Rev. Benton Heisler explains.
Her participation in National Farm Worker activities has led her to support the Dream Act.
The Rev. Jorge Acevedo retells the story of the Good Samaritan for a 21st century context.
In this edition of “A Joyful Journey,” Bishop Bard traces the social justice dimensions of his faith to Billy Graham.
“Boom, Bust and Beyond” is the theme of this first blog in a new series, “District Dialog.”
Pictures of the Bath School tragedy were part of his growing up. Now Mark Conrad seeks solutions.
A self-professed “Wesleyan nerd” analyzes the consequences of a break up of The UMC.
In this month’s Drinking the Cup, the Rev. John Boley addresses the “idolatry of whiteness.”