An appropriate love of country is not questioned in scripture says pastor and author Tex Sample.
Scholar Philip Wingeier-Rayo analyzes Wesleyan heritage and cultural shifts.
An 80-member team provided commentary on new edition that emphasizes women and social issues in Scripture.
We all have found left-behind Bibles. But have we taken the time to return them to those named on their pages?
Christians long have debated the essentials of their faith, and that was no different in John Wesley’s day.
In his blog, Home Words Bound, Benton Heisler names the sins of the world and looks for leaders who will act against them in the power of Christ.
Urban church planter Trey Hall explores the need to translate the faith for those who don’t know the old, old words.
A Native American pastor in Northport speaks of wounds inflicted in the past and healing actions in the present.
Terry Wildman, pastor at Northport Indian UMC, is leading a scripture translation project, The First Nations Version of the Bible.