A conversation in the coffee shop prompts a woman to ask, “How often do we discard others?”
A rabbi sees parallels between the Civil Rights Movement and The Exodus of the Hebrew people.
Before we judge the rich young ruler, we should look inside ourselves.
On April 4, 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. Those who walked with him remember.
A mission scholar reflects on the future of the UMC with “the grit of a blues artist.”
God’s love crosses the generations when a confirmation class visits a retirement community.
“I have not served my career as an angry woman,” says Rev. Cathy Hall Stengel. “But I hear the silence.”
A child asks, “Why do kids bring guns to school?” and a mom struggles to answer.
United Methodist News Service reports some first impressions on finding a way forward.
What does it mean to be “sent” not “called” to a local church? Rev. Jack Harnish reflects.