An interesting lifehack that could be useful for folks who struggle with daily scripture readings.
Parody and commentary on the exclusion of an Intelligent Design advocacy group from General Conference of The United Methodist Church.
A reclaiming of General Conference as a gathering of delegates, not representatives, challenges the ability of the majority culture to silence the minority voices at critical votes.
While General Conference 2016 is looking pretty thin compared to 2020, there’s still plenty in store for United Methodists in May 2016.
A collection of stories from clergywomen reflecting on the wage gap that systematically keeps women from earning as much as men for equal service to the Kingdom.
A one-post primer categorizing and commenting on “big picture” structural proposals up for the United Methodist Church’s consideration at General Conference 2016.
As another complaint against an LGBT Methodist is brought forward, Methodists must revisit what complaints should actually mean in the United Methodist Church.
Changing just a few words in the way clergy see themselves can transform their ministry and mission to their communities.
It’s the end of 2015, so here’s the 15 top blog articles by readership.
This Christmas, I hope churches open up visitors to the breadth of theology around who Jesus can be for them.