In our laity blog, Power in the Pew, Conference Lay Leader Anne Soles gives counsel from the gospel and a classic poem about navigating the walls and fences of life.
Dinner Church is an effective approach to starting a new church and evangelizing that makes sense in 21st century America. Why should you attend the Dinner Church Experience? Introduce you to dinner table theology: the way Jesus, the first Apostles and the early church encountered God together. See how these dinner table experiences can make… Continue Reading Fresh Expressions Dinner Church Experience
In his latest blog “Home Words Bound,” the Rev. Benton Heisler reminds us of ten questions John Wesley asked to encourage his followers to journey toward wholeness, then and now.
In this “Heartbursts” column, Thomas Bandy describes making disciples among five lifestyle groups.
Georgianna Wood, at 14-years-old, worked to provide financial assistance to Africa University student, Gracious Matika.
The first in a series about United Methodists who are doing extraordinary things.
Before we judge the rich young ruler, we should look inside ourselves.
Discipleship Resources presents the podcast series, “Small Groups in the Wesleyan Way.”
A Texas pastor, Jason Valendy, revisits Jesus’ parable from the 13th chapter of Matthew.
The first in a five-part series looking at United Methodists’ membership vows.