Are We Really Better Together?

By Rob Renfroe, Walter Fenton
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

Our Strangely Warmed Hearts

By Karen P. Oliveto
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

Infrastructure and justice

By Laura Brekke
What is infrastructure anyway? The goal of the infrastructure plan introduced by President Donald Trump on February 12 is to create a greater synergy between public and private… read more

Thank you, Stephen Hawking

By Brian O. Sigmon
The world lost a brilliant mind and remarkable person when Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14. Through his popular books, movies and TV series, he has introduced an enormous… read more

Living Faithfully: Stay at the table

By Rachel Billups
Rachel Billups, pastor at Ginghamsburg Church, speaks about diversity, unity and United Methodists staying at the table together in spite of their differences. Living… read more

This Lent, don't give up being the church

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
There’s a lot of institutional despair these days. “The church is dying, it’s in decline, it’s done for, it’s over. The best days are behind… read more

Holy Contradictions: Church unity

By Scott Kisker
Scott Kisker, Professor of the History of Christianity at United Theological Seminary, offers insights on church unity, denominations and church history. Scott is one of the… read more

Holy Contradictions: Mutually respectful ways of living

By Bryan D. Collier
Bryan D. Collier, lead pastor of The Orchard in Tupelo, Mississippi, shares his thoughts on how United Methodists can live together, given our significant disagreements, in… read more

International Women’s Day 2018: #PressForProgress

By Kira Schlesinger
Adopted in 1975 by the United Nations, March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a commemoration of the movement for women’s rights. This year, the campaign… read more

Wakanda and the Word: Reflections on 'Black Panther' and spiritual formation

By Marilyn E. Thornton
In this series of podcasts, Marilyn E. Thornton invites speakers — Victor Leon Cyrus-Franklin, Amanishakhete James, Tamara Lewis, Cecilia Olusola Tribble, Matthew Charlton… read more

Talking with a parent of a teen with disabilities

By Youth Ministry Partners
This week on the show, Ben sits down with Tiffany Manning to talk about working with teens with disabilities and autism. They discuss how to start the conversation with the… read more

This Lent, don't give up your neighborhood

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
I don’t care if your congregation is in an industrial section, a racially mixed or changing neighborhood, on the edge of town or in a suburban enclave. This Lent… read more
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