January 3, 2012

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January 3, 2012

  • Bishop McLee Memoriam

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    Brother Martin Wasn’t Born to Settle Down

    Chett Pritchett, executive director of the Methodist Federation for Social Action, remembers the ministry of New York Bishop Martin D. McLee, who suspended clergy trials over same-sex marriage. more »

  • Dust Off Feet

    Photo Courtesy of UMC LEAD

    Shaking the Dust: Evangelism and Self Care

    Lisa Hancock discovers that sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ sometimes means shaking off the things over which she has no control. more »

  • John Wesley Profile

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    Dear #UMC, Let's Reclaim Our Confessional Heritage

    Scholar Joel L. Watts thinks the current United Methodist denomination should dig more deeply into the two main branches of its heritage to reclaim clear statements of belief. more »

  • Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

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    Humbled in D.C. by Religion and Race

    Visiting museums dedicated to the Holocaust and American Indians throws sharp light on the links between racism and religion, writes the Rev. Tim McClendon. more »

  • Work Is the New Church

    After getting ministries of care such as hospitals into society's mainstream, it's time for the Church to find the Next Big Thing to tackle, and seminarian Laura Patterson thinks that thing is the nature of work in America. more »

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