By Reconciling Ministries Network
By Rev. Jim Waugh
By Rev. Izzy Alvaran
By Rev. Dr. Gil Caldwell
By Rev. Beth Richardson
By Rev. David Weekley
By M Barclay
I ask you, which is lawful in The United Methodist Church: to do good or to do evil, to save a life or to destroy it?
I enjoy jazz because in its creativity, improvisation, call and response, and its ability to change and mature, I claim, is a manifestation of spirituality.
I ask our church, “have we not learned from our mistakes?”
This week we welcomed our 700th Reconciling community into the network!
Let’s remember our history and work together on housing discrimination, poverty, and the HIV/AIDS crisis…
This is a conversation that belongs in our churches.
By Rhys Caraway: As I took my first steps, something began to change in me…
Five millennia of colonization systematically wiped out our indigenous culture and spirituality.
He left a life-long ministry that any United Methodist should hope to learn from.
By Jarell Wilson: God is calling us to a new way of doing things.
By Shannon Trenton: Two women worked for half a century to make an official holiday to celebrate mothers.
By Ann Craig: Progressive people of faith in the USA need to learn about Africa.
He went on to decry the “isms” which indeed deny the integrity of individuals and the richness of God’s creation.
“Sometimes it’s the people no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.”
It is the ability to affirm love for one’s partner, even if one actions indicate otherwise, that holds marriages together.