The best chance for vulnerable nations to affect climate change is not through nations or organizations, but actually through The United Methodist Church.
A collection of stories from clergywomen reflecting on the wage gap that systematically keeps women from earning as much as men for equal service to the Kingdom.
A guest post today from a student at Ohio Wesleyan University, a United Methodist-affiliated school.
A vigil for Sandra Bland outside of a Texas jail is an example of embodied witness that the powers and principalities know not what to do with.
We live out that perfect love of God by saying #BlackLivesMatter. Jailed lives matter. Until they do matter. Then, and only then, will #AllLivesMatter.
A guest post by a progressive Christian pastor who draws on biblical tradition to show how abortion policies disproportionately affect women already in critical situations.
The past week has been agonizing for Christians who have been unsure of what to do with the hit piece on Planned Parenthood. To help navigate it, here’s a quick infographic outlining the differences between personal philosophy and public policy.
We’ve ignored God’s love for all humanity for centuries and God hasn’t destroyed America yet.
A reflection on a haunting phrase from the marriage equality arguments at the Supreme Court and a call for the church to do what it does best: restore dignity to those experiencing unworthiness, through the love of Jesus Christ
How would our history have been different if the Christian manifest destiny became collaborative rather than colonial?