Rev. John Kasper urges us to remember that our unity in faith and grace holds us together as Christians and shapes our message to the world.
The wildernesses of our world, says Rev. Greg Lawton, can be places of refuge as we seek true reliance on God and grow in faith.
Retired pastor John E. Harnish ruminates on graduation—his and those graduating in 2023—and the importance of deciding what to do with the time we’re given.
Intergenerational events can grow faith in young and old alike. Linda Darrow shares a glimpse of this through her experiences at Mission u.
John E. Harnish reflects on how he finds great comfort in knowing that the Holy Spirit can still work through our very human church with all its squabbles to bring… Continue Reading Pentecostal squabbles
Nearing retirement, Rev. John Hice reflects on his hope-filled seminary days, the challenging intervening years, and how he’s kept his ministry focus on Christ.
Retired pastor Sondra Willobee thinks back upon the women who have nurtured and mentored her, including her mother, a polio survivor, who taught her much about faith and life.
Did you know the idea for a day to honor all mothers was started by faithful Methodist women? Rev. Faith Timmons looks at the holiday’s humble beginnings and thanks God… Continue Reading Reclaiming the history behind Mother’s Day
On Good Friday, Rev. Jodie Flessner saw a glimpse of what it means to fully trust all of creation to God’s redemptive power.