How we talk matters. “It starts with not calling us ‘girls,’” says the Rev. Melanie Lee Carey.
Barb Smith Jang grew up in Midland and Ludington, Michigan. She reports from her current South Korea home.
Changes in the office do not change the course of God’s unfailing love.
“There are real reasons to hope for a Second Advent of Christ,” says Pastor Bill Bills.
In this month’s blog, “Open a little wider,” Bishop David Bard talks about the nature of being human.
A classic hymn sparks a holiday memory and reflection by the Rev. Dwayne Bagley.
The Rev. Bob Kaylor calls for unity in which sin is acknowledged and growth in Christ expected.
In this edition of, “Power in the pew,” Anne Soles describes an ongoing hunger for hope.
Words spoken in South Africa decades ago, have meaning for present-day America.
Bishop Laurie Haller discusses #MeToo and healthy boundaries in her weekly blog.