We listen. We hum. We sing along. But how much do we know about our favorite songs of the season?
“Are you King of the Jews?” Jack Harnish ponders Pilate’s question on the day known as Christ the King Sunday.
In this edition of, “Drinking the Cup,” the Rev. John Boley talks about the unity found in following the God of the temple and the tabernacle.
The history of The United Methodist Church and its predecessor denominations offers some insights on what the future might hold.
An “old white guy” reflects on his growing up and celebrates being part of a diverse nation, world and church.
“Human sexuality is not a ‘whites only’ issue,” says Erin Hawkins while introducing this new video series from the General Commission on Religion and Race.
In this edition of Home Words Bound, the Rev. Benton Heisler overcomes anxiety with hope and looks forward to thanksgiving.
Rev. Paul Perez has just returned to Michigan after a journey across the international bridge from the U.S. into Mexico. Here is his first-hand account of that experience.
In his November blog, Bishop David Bard remains profoundly grateful even though the “difficulties before us as a country, as a world, and as a United Methodist Church, are real.”
A high-flying experience at the controls of an airplane provides a new perspective on a family farm and The United Methodist Church.