In this edition of “A Joyful Journey,” Bishop Bard traces the social justice dimensions of his faith to Billy Graham.
School shooting survivors will be “change agents,” says a United Methodist elementary school teacher.
After Parkland, this Florida pastor believes it’s time for righteous anger and redemptive action.
As pastors near a mass school shooting respond, one leader says United Methodists must do more than pray.
Bishop Ken Carter expresses grief and emphasizes the need to break the cycle of violence.
“I am sick at the thought of someone shooting people in church,” says this Michigan pastor.
The massacre at a Texas Baptist church has United Methodist churches re-focusing on security.
Bishop David Bard turns to the gospel to frame thoughts on the tragedy in Sutherland Springs, TX.
As prayers continue for shooting victims, churches raise questions about their own safety.
United Methodist clergy offer counsel and organize special services after 26 are killed at small-town Texas Baptist church.