As an informed source for unity/schism analysis in the UMC, it’s important the Methodists understand the issues at play in the Covenantal Unity Plan (CUP) that came out this week.
A novel suggestion from the Presbyterians could yield a source of wisdom and enthusiasm for all that is before many churches, parachurches, and denominational bodies.
There’s a secular wave crossing the country, starting at the West and Northeast coasts and moving inward. So how is the United Methodist Church, through its publishing and resourcing arms, empowering ministry and missions in these areas?
Understanding how the Biblical Text was originally written sheds light on how the anti-gay section of Romans 1 is not an argument made by Paul.
A super-geeky and yet missionally solid post about six years of outreach into the tabletop gaming culture–and how to start your own.
There’s an interesting shifting of the goalposts happening in the Christian online world that is weird to me and disconcerting for future conversations.
Only 53% of United Methodists affirm a basic doctrine of the Bible, the Wesleyan church, and church unity–but is that really a surprise?
Today, I say goodbye to companions of mine for the past 20 years.
A guest blog by United Methodist Bishop Robert Schnase, episcopal leader of the Missouri Annual Conference.
Sunlight is the best disinfectant, and I believe writing about the state of the church will bring change to the church. I believe a holistic Methodist Church is the best hope for Christianity in the post-Christian future–and we can get there together.