In this chapter of “Drinking the Cup,” the Rev. John Boley talks the forward march of history.
Rev. Benton Heisler reflects on the time capsule created through a collection of annual Christmas letters.
A Louisiana layman provides insight into God’s battle plan to defeat the enemies of the U.S.
BISHOP ROY I. SANO Retired, United Methodist Church After President Obama urged the United States to welcome some 10,000 refugees from Syria, more than 20 governors said they refused to welcome refugees in their states.
“I love to work with college students, and I love history, especially the courage of those who served God faithfully over the ages,” says the Rev. Dr. Chris Momany in his latest blog, “Voices of History.”
ANDREW J. SCHLEICHER United Methodist Communications Holy Club. Bible Moths. Methodists. These are just a few of the names people called Charles and John Wesley and those gathered around them before anyone called their group a movement, let alone a church.