The lawyer for the WCA and Mead Community Church in Washington continues to be the gift that keeps on giving.
They finally pulled back the curtain. Only now, at the end, do you understand.
United Methodism, like at no point in our history, hangs on the action of the Bishops in the coming months.
The coming loss of a single word in our identity is a blessing for some, but a tragedy for all.
Legally filed documents reveal three interesting aspects of the WCA that bear discussion.
History shows that when multiple options are debated at General Conference, everyone loses and cycles of disfunction and violence continue.
How moderates and “Middle Methodists” are on the menu for the next 3 years of United Methodism.
Followup with absurd result: How did a $7m property get sold for $69,000? And what does that mean for other churches?
How a rural Oklahoma tree tells a tale for United Methodism.
Montana Methodists who withhold their tithes in protest do more damage than they think