What is the true meaning of Halloween? Kay DeMoss invites us to sit with her and remember all the saints who have encouraged and nurtured us in life and faith.
The Rev. Paul Perez gives reasons for creating his ofrenda, an altar display rooted in his Mexican heritage, as a way to process loss and grief alongside moments of joy… Continue Reading Where death and life sit side by side
Halloween is a Christian name (All Hallows’ Eve) for a non-Christian holiday in the U.S. However, Halloween is “more than just a good scare,” says Pastor Mike Poteet.
Saints have been defined as ordinary people who have done some extraordinary things. A United Methodist pastor from Texas explains.
While many in the culture focus on Halloween, the traditional Christian holiday comes the next day. Known as “All Saints Day,” it was an observance John Wesley cherished.
Bishop Bard reflects on his cultural pilgrimage to South Korea in this month’s Joyful Journey.