United Methodist

Sometimes We Get It Right: The Aldersgate Covenant

By David F. Watson
Last weekend I attended the Aldersgate Covenant meeting at the Church of the Resurrection. At this gathering, I think I finally learned what holy conferencing should be. We… read more

Wondering, Imagining, and Listening: The Hidden Bounty of Daily Bible Reading

By Kirk Byron Jones
I will never forget it. As I read Matthew 27:1-5, the scripture that chronicles Judas’s fatal remorse over having betrayed Jesus, I suddenly found myself in an unscheduled… read more

5 Reasons Pastors Should Lead Bible Studies

By Magrey deVega
It is common for pastors to delegate the task of leading Bible studies to others. Reasons vary, from a preacher’s need to streamline his or her weekly workload, to a desire… read more

Appointment Time Again!

By Ed Trimmer
The two point charge I have been serving got the word they will be receiving a full-time male local pastor who has not been divorced and is married but without children and who… read more

Social Justice Is Not Social Holiness

By Evan W. Rohrs-Dodge
I attended a very liberal seminary. I don’t mean that pejoratively, nor do I believe it to be an unfair characterization. Many, if not most of the school faculty identify… read more

What Do You Mean… Time to Split?

By Laurie Haller
“As we were sitting in the back of the truck at the end of the day, I wondered why I wasn’t feeling a sense of joy. We had worked hard all day helping many people, but … read more
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