Online Identity

By Jim Hawkins
A Moving Story It was a moving human-interest story: A college football star overcomes the adversities and grief from the deaths of his grandmother and his girlfriend, becomes a… read more

Worship for Kids: April 14, 2013

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Resurrection means new life. Today's texts include the stories of two people who received new chances at life from the resurrected Jesus; a psalm… read more

How Far Is Heaven?

By Ronnie McBrayer
Jesus never described the gospel as an escape hatch, whereby we can exchange his current world for a spiritual retreat far away. Never. Rather, his gospel was: "God's kingdom is… read more

Table Talk: A Community Approach to Bible Study

By Carl Frazier
Shortly after I arrived at First United Methodist Church in Cary, North Carolina, Alice Kunka, our Pastor of Christian Formation, came into my office. "We have a problem," she… read more

Who's a Hypocrite?

By Mike Poteet
This weekend, were you off to see the Wizard? The magical land of Oz and its colorful characters—created by author L. Frank Baum in 1900 and elevated to the status of… read more

Jesus Ate with Sinners!

By David Dorn
Jesus is more concerned with the rejects who knew they needed change in their lives than those who thought they had life all figured out. Jesus goes where He is needed. Do we have … read more

Selfish Motivation

By Whitney Simpson
Robert Greenleaf, in his book, Servant Leadership, tells of twelve ministers and twelve psychiatrists of all faiths who convened for a two-day off-the-record seminar on the word… read more

Summer Program Lets Kids Be Kids

By Sherrie Ilg
SPRINT (St. Paul's Reaching Into Neighborhoods Together) began in 1995 as a brainstorm of two members and a pastor attending "FORUM," a national United Methodist Youth Ministry… read more

Review: Pursuing Justice

By Patricia Farris
Son of a Dutch immigrant father, Ken Wystma left behind the faith of his childhood upbringing, going so far as what he labels a destructive lifestyle into his college years that… read more

Abraham Lincoln and Christianity

By Clay Morgan
Did Abraham Lincoln devote his life to Christ during his famous trip to Gettysburg? Clay talks about that and a letter he once read from private archives tucked away in the attic… read more

Discipleship and Marriage

By David Lowes Watson
It is to peace that God has called you. Wife, for all you know, you might save your husband. Husband, for all you know, you might save your wife. 1 Corinthians 7:15, 16 (NRSV)… read more

Review: Joy Together

By Patricia Farris
Lynne Baab, pastor, professor, and author, is a familiar friend to those engaged in practices of spiritual formation. Her latest book, Joy Together: Spiritual Practices for Your… read more
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