The Rev. Sondra Willobee reflects on police and protesters as she re-assembles a pair of kitchen scissors. She says, “We should look for the things that hold us together.”
The Rev. James Lawson calls Black Lives Matter a religious movement surrounding the families of George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, and others with a ministry of healing and empowerment.
United Methodist police chaplains and pastors who serve in law enforcement discuss what changes might help both officers and the people they serve and protect.
In this Wesley Foundation Highlight, we learn how Wesley at University of Michigan is equipping bold and effective leaders for service to church and community.
Diane Johnson grew up in Detroit during the civil rights era. She now supports young activists.
Rev. Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, dubbed by friends a “Police Daugher,’ is a supporter of Black Lives Matter.
Calling himself, “a white, middle-aged man who is an elder in the UMC,” Steve Manskar examines his racial biases.
Civil Rights leader Rev. James Lawson continues to dream and to encourage action toward a nonviolent nation.
In his blog, DS Castings, Rev. Bill Haggard calls out white privilege and asserts, “Black Lives Matter.”
A letter to the Michigan Area and the nation addressing the loss of life suffered in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota.