It’s time to worry less about General Conference 2019. Yes, I know it hasn’t happened yet and the anxiety levels
The writer of Ecclesiastes observed, in words later echoed by the rock band “The Byrds” (cue the music!), that everything
I recently read Rev. Shane Bishop’s blog post about where he is at regarding what is going on in The
Methodists are creedal. Bear with me now. Methodists are creedal because Wesleyan movement is derived from Anglicanism. Anglicanism is deeply creedal.
I realized recently that I am hopeless about the United Methodist Church – and that this is a good thing. In
There is no other issue in the UMC that has as many people fighting as the one on human sexuality.
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. O God, our God!
I genuinely can’t tell if General Conference leadership is ignorant or if they’ve just decided to take sides in the
Justice Antonin Scalia died suddenly on February 14, leaving a vacancy on the Supreme Court that could tip the balance.
United Methodists have been abuzz this week reflecting on Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s hints at his plans for the