Consider the “Platinum Rule” as a counter to the current news cycle and a way to live in beloved community.
The United Methodist Council of Bishops calls on President Trump to apologize for offensive words.
A Texas pastor, Jason Valendy, revisits Jesus’ parable from the 13th chapter of Matthew.
A congregation decides to move beyond the traditional carol singing and finds harmony in community.
Five persons share their perspectives on bridging divides and fostering understanding.
Joe Kye, self-proclaimed “immigrant musician,” plays his violin to celebrate diversity.
Rev. Bill Haggard keeps the core mission of The United Methodist Church in focus.
Pastors of UM congregations with diverse views on homosexuality live with worry over possible break-up.
A young adult missionary serving in Detroit reflects on the Civil Rights Movement … past and present.
During Black History Month, Bishop Peggy Johnson notes “people who are hidden figures continue to abound in this world of ours.”