The Church is called to be where everyone knows your name and has forgotten what you did.
The origin story of Hacking Christianity’s United Methodist focus and engagement.
An interesting question for church employees or ministry candidates to consider which has more to do with their experiences than their expertise.
The Church is complicit in how its policies and practices affect the culture around people outside of the Church.
One pundit’s take on how Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary yields a fascinating parallel to the Church.
Fred Clark at Slacktivist unearthed a letter from Karl Barth that showed purity tests of orthodoxy existed in the 1960s and have found new birth on the Internet today.
How do we balance grace with accountability in a world where judgement moves at the speed of a tweet?
Lessons on outrunning dinosaurs are not applicable to the church, but our glimpse into the operations of Jurassic Park leads to some important leadership lessons for the church–dinosaurs or not.
If the United Methodist Church is to speak with authority to the political issues of our day, we need to overcome the obstacles to seminary education and be able to take advantage of a second chance at constructive faith-informed political discourse.
The secret’s out in my local congregation: I’m a nerd. So much so that now my own church members (some of whom are unaware of this blog) are sending me geeky theological stuff. Excellent! A church member sent me a link to Althan – Prayer Timings and Tracking, which is an app for our Muslim friends […]