What the Church can learn–and better appreciate–from the West’s struggle to rebuild Christianity after severe losses.
Archives for August 2016
A Response to Dr. Maria Dixon Hall’s article charging the Western Jurisdiction as recanting the Connection and their Ordination Vows.
The Olympics are over but the journey to bring forth an Olympic spirit of focused intent has only just begun.
Methodism has been crowdsourcing theology, social justice, accountability, and listening to the Holy Spirit since before it was cool.
Why people oppose new technologies can also be applied to why they resist novel ways of thinking about God.
As American conservatives tighten their grip on The United Methodist Church, will the Progressives continue to be seen as “less-than” Methodists?
The origin story of Hacking Christianity’s United Methodist focus and engagement.
It is not a rigid underlying belief system that leads to unity, but rather our works lead to unity in a diverse belief structure.
How one handles a crying baby is a test of whether you are preaching or performing.