“If God is the dance, then … we are invited to dance in God’s name,” says the Rev. Bill Cotton.
500 years after Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation, his spirit lives on in the church today.
Duke Divinity School professor considers what to take to the pulpit when something bad happens.
Recent poll supports the position that Jesus called us to be political but not partisan.
Scholar Philip Wingeier-Rayo analyzes Wesleyan heritage and cultural shifts.
These clergy believe pop culture can sometimes make Jesus more accessible to the churchless.
One Kentucky pastor serves up a must-read menu, from appetizer to dessert.
Rev. Dan Dick tells the story of how a seminary class changed a lifetime of thinking about Advent.
The New Testament and John Wesley stand firm on the absolute equality of all persons.
Watch cable news. Read the blogs. Follow on Facebook. You will find a lot to worry about.