Citizens of weather-beaten Texas resume church life in the midst of personal disruption and loss.
All churches occasionally have “snake-vision.” Here’s how to see the way to hope.
In this month’s Drinking the Cup, Rev. John Boley celebrates small, ordinary acts of love.
At the start of 2017 one church leader invites the individuals and churches to “do as the Magi and work.”
Today families are fleeing Syria in much the same way the Holy Family fled Judea centuries ago.
The North Central Jurisdiction has elected four new directors of The United Methodist Women.
In the Gathering Sermon at the 2016 Annual Conference, Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey finds hope in the midst of all our fears.
Sarah Faulman Arthur shares conversations with three writers who reflect on breast cancer, bodies and resurrection hope. Sarah says, “… for women who journey through this season of lament after a devastating health diagnosis, their own bodies are daily reminders of their mortality.” The feature appeared in her-meneutics, a section of Christianity Today that deals with Christian
I have often used, as well as heard, the phrase “it is a matter of perspective”.