This month’s laity blog considers how people and communities remain faithful in the midst of change.
The Conference Older Adult Council cites Ecclesiastes and urges outreach across generations.
The day called Easter is over but the hope that the holiday promises lives on.
This Perspective on Hope encourages clergy and churches to “seek other seas.”
Changes in the office do not change the course of God’s unfailing love.
Pews were leaving the building. The pastor panics. Then God speaks to Moses and to her.
In this edition of, “Power in the pew,” Anne Soles describes an ongoing hunger for hope.
In this chapter of “Drinking the Cup,” the Rev. John Boley talks the forward march of history.
Transitions … to a new Conference or to new life after a hurricane … can be managed with God’s help.
When change happens–to a campground or to a conference–God can act in new ways.