Sermon Options: May 29, 2016

By Ministry Matters
Choosing To Believe 1 Kings 18:20-39 Perhaps you recall recently when a burial box from the first century A.D. had come to light, on which was inscribed the words “James… read more

We must be consumed

By John D.I. Essick
1 Kings 18:20-21, 30-39; Galatians 1:1-12 Abundance and scarcity are often the building blocks for human stories. Stories draw on images of deluge and aridity, vagrancy or… read more

Evangelicals: We don’t have all the answers

By Steve Rabey / Religion News Service
DENVER (RNS) In the early 1990s, the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family raised the ire of LGBT groups by backing Colorado's Amendment 2, a measure — ultimately … read more

Between the Bible and The UMC, where's Christ?

By M. Kathryn Armistead
In a recent article, Adam Hamilton says, “No issue will be more closely watched than the debate and decisions of the Conference regarding gay and lesbian people.” He… read more

The Bible, homosexuality and the UMC — Part one

By Adam Hamilton
Next month in Portland, Oregon, 800 United Methodists, delegates from around the world, will gather for the United Methodist Church’s General Conference. At this ten-day… read more

One person

By Joseph Yoo
There is a dark history between Korea and Japan. My grandparents’ generation still tends to be distrusting towards the Japanese. Much of it stems from Japan's imperial rule… read more

Learning to fear like Christians

By William H. Willimon
"Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, and grace my fears relieved,” we sing in our most beloved hymn. Grace is the unmerited love of God in Jesus Christ, the power of… read more

We don't have to be, but are

By Matt Rawle
Our current worship series at The Well, “Sherlock’s Home: Observing God in the Everyday” is to point us toward finding God’s presence in what we typically… read more

Productive Pastor: Managing your week with Evernote

By Chad Brooks
Did you know you can use Evernote to order and organize your week? I use Evernote for nearly everything and the two tasks that I can’t imagine not using it for are… read more

Trump, the golden calf and leadership pitfalls

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
As the Republican convention draws near it’s clear that Trump is a force to be reckoned with. But what sort of leader is he? A bully, yes. An egomaniac, yes. An outsider… read more

The race that is set before us

By Kira Schlesinger
On Patriot’s Day in 1966, fifty years ago, Roberta “Bobbi” Gibb jumped out of the forsythia bushes and ran 26.2 miles to become the first female finisher of the… read more

Opioid painkillers: Responding to a growing problem

By Alex Joyner
A head-scratching Super Bowl ad Of all the buzz-worthy Super Bowl advertisements this year, one left a lot of people scratching their heads and also stepped into controversy by… read more
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