Advent begins again on December 1st. With wildfires, earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes leaving lives broken around the globe, Bishop David Bard invites all to consider a gift to Disaster Recovery. He asks, “What are you waiting for?”
Michigan delegates and observers came together on Tuesday, a day of momentous decision, with a variety of emotions. For some it was the Fourth of July, for others Good Friday.
Great music, like the Messiah. Powerful prophecy from Isaiah. These point us to the true meaning of Christmas and God’s gifts of justice and peace.
In Wisconsin from Korea, Bishop Hee-Soo Jung asks for continued prayer for the Korean Peninsula.
The summit between the U.S. and North Korea raises expectations among United Methodists.
The world religious community looks at north-south talks on the Korean Peninsula with optimism and caution.
Bishop Hee-Soo Jung calls the Olympics a “mustard seed” moment in our global community.
The president of Food for the Hungry invites everyone to look for signs of peace during 2018.
The Rev. Jack Harnish invites looking at Mary and the Magnificat as a “song of a strong women.”
Words spoken in South Africa decades ago, have meaning for present-day America.