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Hi, Jeremy. Thank you for clearly specifying the criteria you are using to evaluate the various opt...
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Thank you, Patrick. This is a great metaphor for thinking about how younger generations often look ...
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The priority of our conference has to be to proclaim the joy, the mercy and the love of Jesus Christ at all times and in all places and to all people,” [Roman Catholic] Auxiliary Bishop Christopher Coyne said [of the Vatican's recent conference on human sexuality]. "When you have that as your communications starting point, it changes the tenor of what we say and how we are perceived
The Rev. Stephen Fife finds that the Church can always benefit from criticism, but only when such truths are genuinely spoke with love. more »
Also known as the 'bridge generation," Generation X gets overlooked too often in the church's age-related ministries, and that's an injustice them and us, writes the Rev. Jim Parsons. more »
The Rev. Jeremy Smith evaluates various proposals for the UMC to resolve its current conflicts and make substantive changes in its structure. more »
Global missions executive Thomas Kemper concludes the year-long series by UM & Global examining The United Methodist Church's mission theology statement, "Grace Upon Grace." more »
With her "Parable of the Spotted Sheep," the Rev. Christy Thomas examines possible outcomes if The United Methodist Church pursues doctrinal purity as espoused by the Institute on Religion and Democracy more »